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I'm trying to clean up a few things in this article. I wrote my PhD on retailing, and hope to make some of the distinctions here more in line with the scholarly literature. I apologize if I stepped on anybody's toes in my editing, I'm a Wikipedia novice. --Nicolo Machiavelli 11:52, 23 October 2006 (UTC)
--22.214.171.124 (talk) 09:43, 30 March 2014 (UTC)== Technology == Retail is a huge sector with low margin. However, the technology or the retail software is usually not (relatively). This is a very informative page growing to be conclusive, hopefully. However, to me, the article, conspicuously lacks the technology aspect of it. Retail software sector is huge and has great growth opportunity, especially in the developing countries. It would be great if someone can add a section for software (my personal interest) and technology, or atleast some links to it ~ Miles (23 April 2008, 3:37 PM CST) —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 20:38, 23 April 2008 (UTC)
I found this following statement in the first paragraph of this article -
"Online retailing, also known as e-commerce is the latest form of non-shop retailing"
Retail Industry Updates on India Retailing
Indiaretailing is a website which displays all the latest Updates,Trends,Snippets,Expert Speak, Exclusives, Excellence, Conversation related to the Retail Industry be it any Vertical-Fashion, Food Service, Food and Grocery, Beauty and Wellness, Shoe and Accessories.
Below mentioned is a latest update on retail.
QwikCilver Solutions has recently bagged the “Best Established Startup Innovation –IT Company” honour at the Express IT Awards on account of driving the adoption of Prepaid & Gift Card category by selling over 40 lakh cards across 10,000 points of sale in over 300 Indian towns and cities.
The award ceremony was the culmination of a four-month long process to select winners from across more than 400 entries received from multiple enterprise segments and corporate sectors. Industry experts like Nandan Nilekani, Kiran Shaw, Mohandas Pai, Prof Sadagopan, and Rajan Anandan comprised the independent jury for the awards. The entire selection process was also closely managed and audited by PWC.
T P Pratap, Co Founder & Chief Marketing Officer, QwikCilver Solutions, said: "We see this recognition as the result of 40 lakh happy customers of Gift Cards that have been technologically powered by QwikCilver in India! This recognition has enabled us to interact with doyens of Indian IT Industry who appreciated the QwikCilver success achieved in driving the SaaS Product Platform at the large enterprise level across more than 100 leading corporations in this relatively short period of time."
QwikCilver claims to have pioneered the prepaid and gift card category in India among more than 150 leading brands, retailers, and corporates. Shoppers Stop, Tata-Trent, Titan, Aditya Birla Nuvo, Arvind Brands, Flipkart, Makemytrip, Landmark Group, Hindustan Unilever, Cafe Coffee Day, Raymond, RP Sanjiv Goenka Group, and PVR Cinemas are some of the brands that have partnered and leveraged the QwikCilver Stored Value Technology Product Platform to launch innovations in their customer engagement programs with prepaid and gift card programs across India. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Kkandpal68 (talk • contribs) 06:02, 11 December 2013 (UTC)
Variation by Country
update the top 10 list
Update the top 10 list, there has been some movement especially financial shrinking of no. 2 Tesco
'Retail' in Dutch
In the Etymology section, the statement that ´retail´ means the same in Dutch, is partially true, but it is only known as a loan word. The overall used term is ´detail[handel]' ('handel' meaning trade). Can this be added?
adding relevance to the Gastronomy in Singapore (poll)
Raysonho removed my addition of the Gastronomy in Singapore template from this article without any comments. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:Types_of_restaurant&action=edit§ion=7
Let's do a quick poll to KEEP/REMOVE this detail on this article?
- KEEP I think because the article has already a list of restaurants as a template it's a good thing having an article about