New Delhi: In 2016, about 69 million consumers purchased online and the number is expected to cross 100 million by 2017 with the rise of digital natives, better infrastructure in terms of logistics, broadband and Internet-ready devices to fuel the demand in e-Commerce, according to a study by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), one of the apex trade associations of India, and Resurgent India, a consultancy firm.
Bangalore: Amazon has announced the addition of thousands of digital books (eBooks) in Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati and Malayalam, including the largest digital selection of best sellers, hundreds of exclusive titles, and free classics to the Kindle Book Store.
Bangalore: This Children’s Day, Amazon.in is set to launch Children’s Bookshelf – the one stop destination for customers who want to discover great books for their child. Amazon.in is India’s largest book store comprising of millions of titles with over 12,700 sellers on the platform selling books.
Bangalore: Amazon.in has launched a dedicated ‘used’ books store (amazon.in/used/books) with over 1,00,000 offers across genres such as literature, romance, biography and textbooks . With the launch of a dedicated used books store, Amazon.in now becomes a one-stop destination for customers to buy new as well as used books at attractive price points and enjoy fast and reliable delivery.
Trivandrum: Just days ahead of the International Women’s Day, Amazon.in today announced the launch of a first-of its-kind women-only delivery station, aimed at empowering women and transforming their lives.