According to the report of information technology company Capgemini, due to the nationwide bandh implemented in the country, purchases have increased through online mediums …
According to the report of information technology company Capgemini, due to the nationwide bandh implemented in the country, purchases have increased through online mediums. The survey said that this trend is likely to continue even after the bandh is lifted. The survey was done during the first two weeks of April.
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According to the survey, about 46 percent of Indians will go to the shop and shop. Before the outbreak of this epidemic, this figure was 59 percent. At the same time, during the next 6-9 months, 72 percent of Indian customers will buy such retailers who will offer delivery or assure compensation in the event of future order cancellation. About 74 percent of Indian consumers in the survey said that they will be in the next 6- During 9 months, you will buy from such retailers who will assure delivery at their favorable time. At the same time, 89 percent consumers said that after Kovid-19, they will be more vigilant about cleanliness, health and safety.
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Nearly 78 percent of consumers said they would use digital payment more after the Corona virus crisis. 65 percent of the consumers said that during the next 6-9 months, they will increase the purchase of grocery and household goods.