Retail and E-Commerce

E-commerce has transformed the way retail and distribution industries work

Large number of logistics players and high-fragmentation in our country poses a major challenge for sustainable growth in this industry. According to government sources, the Indian logistics sector is valued at $160 billion currently and is expected to be worth $215 billion in the next two years.

Increased interest and investments from financial investors along with improvement in procedures, policy changes, bridging gaps, introduction of innovative tech-solutions, etc. have all helped in moulding a better business environment for the logistics industry of India.

At TeamLease, we help our clients manage their delivery attrition and maintain productivity through holistic digital workforce solutions.

Customised sourcing programs for our clients have had a positive impact on their top-lines and have helped them achieve their business goals and functions efficiently.

Industry Overview

Improved Online Infrastructure and Internet Connectivity Begets a Digitally Empowered Country

E-commerce has transformed the way retail and distribution industries work. Much of this growth is facilitated by an increase in internet and smartphone penetration across the country. Most research estimates that India is likely to cross 650 million internet users by 2023. This is further fortified by government campaigns such as the Digital India, an initiative by the government to make the country digitally empowered.

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In The Media

The advantage of ESOPs lies in their ability to provide employees with greater long-term rewards by being associated with a successful business.

Kartik Narayan

CEO - Staffing

CNBC TV18, May 23, 2023

"The sentiment in India continues to be on an upward trajectory, with 77% of employers indicating a higher hiring outlook (based on a survey)."

Mayur Taday

CBO - Staffing

YourStory, January 06, 2023

“Overall 68% hiring intent is viable in large enterprises. Hiring intent in manufacturing sector for Q4 clocked at 60%, a 3% increase from last quarter."

Kartik Narayan

CEO - Staffing

ET Now Swadesh, December 28, 2022

"According to its 2019 report, UNICEF estimates that 47% of Indian youth will not possess the education and skills necessary for employment by 2030."

Rituparna Chakraborty

Co-Founder & Executive Director

India Today, December 24, 2022