The number of internet users in rural areas of India has surpassed those living in metropolitan cities for the first time, according to a new report that also found women partly responsible for driving the trend along with better connectivity and ...
Smaller, local brands are often outperforming big market leaders in lockdown India, as consumers go for what is available rather than confining themselves to brands they know and trust. Retailers say smaller brands have outpaced sales of ...
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Rural India remains largely a cash economy but that will change in the future and finance brands have to be alert to where they can intervene digitally, according to the managing director of Mahindra Finance.
Many of the conventions of rural marketing in India are well past their expiry date, according to two agency strategy executives, who argue that that it’s time to retire these and connect more richly with the emerging rural Indian consumer.
A strategic, sustained and inclusive approach is required to convert rural consumers into brand fans – return on investment cannot be an immediate direct result of an initiative, according to an industry veteran.
India faces complex agricultural issues which the government is attempting to address, but brands can also play a role by tapping into the mobile and app-based “agritech” revolution that is helping transform each stage of the agriculture value ...
Amandeep Singh, WARC Exclusive, December 2019
India may have come a long way since The Green Revolution and farm mechanisation was introduced, however the situation for farmers has not, and remains a serious issue that brands need to tackle to empower these large communities.