UNORGANISED RETAIL MARKET IN INDIA : UNORGANISED RETAIL MARKET IN INDIA By: Team 7 RETAIL : RETAIL According to Kotler: “Retailing includes all the activities involved in selling goods or services to the final consumers for personal, non business use”.
The Indian retail is dotted by traditionally market place called bazaars or haats comprises of numerous small and large shops, selling different or similar merchandise . ORGANISED AND UNORGANISED : ORGANISED AND UNORGANISED Organised retailing refers to trading activities undertaken by licensed retailers, that is, those who are registered for sales tax, income tax, etc. These include the corporate-backed hypermarkets and retail chains, and also the privately owned large retail businesses.
Unorganised retailing, on the other hand, refers to the traditional formats of low-cost retailing, for example, the local kirana shops, owner manned general stores, paan/beedi shops, convenience stores, hand cart, etc ORGANISED v/s UNORGANISED : ORGANISED v/s UNORGANISED INDIAN RETAIL SCENARIO AT A GLANCE : INDIAN RETAIL SCENARIO AT A GLANCE The contribution of retail industry to India’s GDP is more than 13%.
Indian retail industry (organized as well as unorganized) spreads over more than 6 million outlets (2.4 million urban and 3.6 million in rural).
As much as 96 per cent of the 6 million-plus outlets are smaller than 500 square feet in area.
Just over 8 per cent of India’s population is engaged in retail (compared to 20 per cent in the United States). Slide 6: The BMI India Retail Report for 2010 says that the total retail sector is approximately US$ 353 billion.
India's retail sector is estimated to touch US$ 833 billion by 2013 and US$ 1.3 trillion by 2018.
The organized Indian retail market is slated to grow at a CAGR of 40%, touching US$ 107 billion by 2013. COMPONENTS OF RETAIL SECTOR : COMPONENTS OF RETAIL SECTOR TOP 10 RETAILERS WORLD WIDE : TOP 10 RETAILERS WORLD WIDE RETAIL IN INDIA, US & CHINA : RETAIL IN INDIA, US & CHINA FEW JV IN RETAIL MARKET : FEW JV IN RETAIL MARKET SOME OF THE KEY PLAYERS IN ORGANIZED RETAIL : SOME OF THE KEY PLAYERS IN ORGANIZED RETAIL BANGALORE RETAIL : BANGALORE RETAIL BANGALORE – RETAIL SECTOR : Bangalore is witnessing an all time high demand in commercial and retail real estate.
Momentum 2009 continues in 2010 with high streets leading the way for retailers.
Retail Sector spreading to other localities.
Government initiatives are further to this growth in Bangalore. Private builders and corporate bodies are being promoted and encouraged by the government. Food and beverages sector
Hyper markets- Mac Donald's, tgif, Costa coffee, brand calculus etc.
Local and regional dining chains.
TREND OF RETAIL
2010 Stable market
New brands and more expansion BANGALORE – RETAIL SECTOR Slide 14: BANGALORE – RETAIL SECTOR BANGALORE – RETAIL SECTOR : CONCLUSION
REAIL BOOM IN EVERY NOOK AND CORNER
Fastest growing market in India
JOB & CAREER OPPURTUNITIES
As the sector is booming a career in retail sector promises good wages and growth potential for the ambitious youngsters. There is a big demand for the retail management professionals to process all merchandise shipments, to achieve store sales and profitability, administration of stores as well as communication with the clients to satisfy them.
With rapidly expanding departmental stores and huge shopping malls, plenty of job opportunities are opening all over India. An estimated growth rate in retail sector in India has been about 30-40% with establishment of more than 200 shopping malls. It is estimated that the retail sector will create over 13 million jobs throughout the country by 2012. More than 60% of these jobs will be available in the rural areas BANGALORE – RETAIL SECTOR Slide 16: PUNE RETAIL PUNE RETAIL SECTOR : PUNE RETAIL SECTOR From initial half of 2010, Retail sentiments contributed largely by stable economic scenarios.
Rental space accounts nearly 5million Sq.ft.
Population of Pune is approximately 3.5 million, which contributes maximum to the unorganised retail sector. Slide 18: The Organized retail market poised t grow at a faster rate due to-
1. Economic slowdown in 2008 which curbed retail spending
2. Currently Pune is witnessing over supply of organised retail supply which is higher htan the anticipated demand.
3. Rentals may see some corrections due excessive supply & Demand mismatch, resulting in all major developers postponing their retail developments. RENTAL TRENDS : RENTAL TRENDS Slide 20: KOLKOTA RETAIL “KOLKATA” UNORGANIZED RETAIL MARKET : “KOLKATA” UNORGANIZED RETAIL MARKET Refers to the traditional formats of low-cost retailing, for example, hand cart and pavement vendors, & mobile vendors, the local kirana shops, owner manned general stores, paan/beedi shops, convenience stores, hardware shop at the corner of your street selling everything from bathroom fittings to paints and small construction tools; or the slightly more organized medical store and a host of other small retail businesses in apparel, electronics, food etc. CHARACTERISTICS (UNORGANIZED RETAIL MARKET) : CHARACTERISTICS (UNORGANIZED RETAIL MARKET) The traditional formats of low-cost retailing
Small-store (kirana) the easiest ways to generate self-employment
Generally family run business
Purchase from kirana store in credit
The convenience store for the customer FACTS ABOUT KOLKATA RETAIL MARKET(UNORGANIZED) : FACTS ABOUT KOLKATA RETAIL MARKET(UNORGANIZED) Huge size of market
Expanding and modernizing rapidly in line with India’s economic growth
Having n number of options to cut their costs like labor cost, operational cost etc…
Major contributor of Kolkata retail industry RESENT TRENDS (UNORGANIZED RETAIL MARKET) : RESENT TRENDS (UNORGANIZED RETAIL MARKET) Unorganized to organized
Amplifying cost(rent, labor, operational)
Deployment of advance technologies(computer, CC TV camera, software)
Change in consumer preference Slide 25: CHENNAI RETAIL CHENNAI RETAIL : CHENNAI RETAIL Chennai is a growing retail market with malls coming up in next few yrs.
The high occupancy rates in the mall was because of limited supply of organized retail in the city.
Lack of quality supply continues to challenge the growth of these high streets.
Market stabilizing. Slide 27: Rental Trends.
Outlook Slide 28: HYDERABAD RETAIL HYDERABAD RETAIL : HYDERABAD RETAIL In India, every year the Retail Industry generates 12,000 crores in terms of retail sales
The retailing industry in Hyderabad is come into big Shopping Malls, and huge departmental stores and retail chains like Big Bazaar, Shopper Stop, and Metro.
In the next two years thousands of jobs will be generated in this Hyderabad Retail sector. RETAIL SECTOR : RETAIL SECTOR Overall, the Hyderabad Retail Business Sector has large opportunities for prospective business persons. With in the Hyderabad retail sector generating fair profits, it would be beneficial for investors to tap it exactly in the manner in which they want.
List of retail sectors in Hyderbad...:
Anand Shopping Centre
Anil Shopping Centre
Banjara Super Market
Desires Shopping Arcade
Ellite Pearas Shopper HYDERABAD RETAIL SECTOR : HYDERABAD RETAIL SECTOR Slide 32: Sectors with High Growth Potential: Certain segments that promise a high growth are o Food and Grocery (91 per cent)o Clothing (55 per cent)o Furniture and Fixtures (27 per cent)o Pharmacy (27 per cent)o Durables, Footwear & Leather, Watch & Jewellery (18 per cent). * Fastest Growing Formats: Some of the formats that offer good growth potential are: o Specialty and Super Market (45 per cent)o Hyper Market (36 per cent)o Discount stores (27 per cent)o Department Stores (18 per cent)o Convenience Stores and E-Retailing (9 per cent) Slide 33: More than 15 new Malls coming up in FY2008 and FY2009.
• Supply of Constructed Retail space will be a key for retail development, which is in shortage in all the major locations inside and around the city.
• Areas like Madhapur, Kukatpally, Dilsukhnagar,
Uppal, banjara hills etc. still present huge opportunity for Shopping innovations. ARGUMENT FOR FDI : ARGUMENT FOR FDI Tripathi, director of silk hut has said “foreign companies is crucial for survival of domestic retail companies
Tripathi feels that it is essential that FDI be allowed at 100% equity,as it encourage domestic investment
He felt that it would be good to boost the economy by facilitating higher FDI
inflows. Slide 35: MUMBAI RETAIL MUMBAI : MUMBAI Mumbai, The Financial Capital of India
The Mumbai retail market has seen a slow recovery after the slowdown of 2009 as the latter half of the year saw two prominent projects being launched; Palladium at High Street Phoenix and R City Centre (Phase 1), though these projects reached 80% occupancy levels only in Q1 2010 BIG BRANDS ENTERING MUMBAI : BIG BRANDS ENTERING MUMBAI The brands like Zara, The Comedy Store, Bo Concept, Burberry, Hugo Boss, Canali, Diesel, Sunglass Hut, DKNY, CK and Manchester United Café & Bar among others.
The traditional high street destination Mumbai- Linking Road witnessed the opening of a number of new stores such as CK, FCUK, Adidas Essentials, Guru, Maple Technologies etc. RENTAL TRENDS : RENTAL TRENDS Due to a slump in market condition developers had delayed delivery of projects as rentals also dipped.
With the recovery in the market, which led the scarcity of limited supply of number of space of new developments resulting in slight rise in rentals.
The market sentiments improved with the improvement in consumer spending. HIGH STREET RENTAL : HIGH STREET RENTAL ORGANIZED RENTALS : ORGANIZED RENTALS Slide 41: THANK YOU