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Retail in India is at an inflection point. And technology’s role in its disruption is growing larger every day. In this new world, who is doing retail right? The founders of India’s new retail brands discuss what makes a brand successful in today’s world, how has consumer behaviour and disruptive distribution models that are shaking up the retail market.
- Anuj Rakyan, Raw Pressery
- Yashika Punjabee The Label Life
- Dhimaan Shah StyleCracker,
- Akshay Narvekar, Bombay Shirt Company
This event is for those interested in the digital transformation of retail; using influencers and celebrities to enhance social media presence; using analytics and machine learning to make informed decisions; and building brand loyalty and an engaged community online.
- Time: 6-8PM
- Date: Thursday, 19th April
- Venue: Lightbox, Brady Gladys Plaza, unit 4, 2nd floor, Lower Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400013
About the hosts
Lightbox is a venture capital firm based out of Mumbai. The $100MM fund is focused on early stage consumer technology businesses. The team behind Lightbox represents one of the most successful track records in VC in India. For the last 9 years, they have invested and built global technology businesses from India.
“We are a group of intellectually curious people who are keen to understand how things work – all things. Whether it is people, societies or products. We are always asking, ‘… but why and why not?’ Everybody on the team has cultivated specific areas of expertise that we are keen to share and build upon.” – Sandeep Murthy.
Dysco is a professional networking platform and community, trying to bring creative and non-creative individuals, businesses, brands, and organisations together on a common platform. Our offerings include recruiting, advertising, campaigns and content creation. We also create and curate relevant and interesting events and experiences (like Retail X Tech) to engage with and build valuable communities.
“Finding interesting people to work, connect and network with is a pretty big problem. It is not just us who face it, but everyone around us faces the same issue in their respective fields — finding guidance, clients, vendors, and community in general is an enormous challenge. Dysco was born out of the desire for a more efficient way to discover, connect and collaborate with those around you.” – Khrisha Shah.