Shabori Das

Shabori Das

1 Senior Analyst ET Prime

Before turning journalist, I spent seven years as an analyst at Euromonitor International, covering retail, travel, consumer finance, and restaurants. I presented industry trends at various conferences including Asia Retail Congress, South India Retail Summit, and Restaurants India 2017. I also curated industry insights for the Retail Asia 500, Bloomberg, CNBC, the Wall Street Journal, Gulf News, ET Re-Tales, and Images Retailing. At ET Prime, I will cover e-commerce, consumer behaviour, and the impact of technology on food services. I love data, so you can expect a lot of it in my stories.

Twitter: @shabori2688 | Email: shabori.das@timesinternet.in

Before turning journalist, I spent seven years as an analyst at Euromonitor International, covering retail, travel, consumer finance, and restaurants. I presented industry trends at various conferences including Asia Retail Congress, South India Retail Summit, and Restaurants India 2017. I also curated industry insights for the Retail Asia 500, Bloomberg, CNBC, the Wall Street Journal, Gulf News, ET Re-Tales, and Images Retailing. At ET Prime, I will cover e-commerce, consumer behaviour, and the impact of technology on food services. I love data, so you can expect a lot of it in my stories.

Twitter: @shabori2688 | Email: shabori.das@timesinternet.in

What Future Group knows about plus-size fashion that others don't

For the third year running, Kishore Biyani’s brainchild ALL is part of the Lakmé Fashion Week, spotlighting couture for the big of build. It’s a rare high for a segment that has remained the fashion industry’s orphan child — despite a burgeoning market. Can demanding customers and increasing entrepreneurial interest change things?

24 Aug 20180 comment

Motherhood is taking an uncharted route to expansion

The Motherhood chain of specialty hospitals has adopted a unique approach to identify locations for expansion: tracking the migrant population across the country and offering services spanning age groups.

13 Jul 20180 comment

Can Tata Cha do what Tata Starbucks did in India?

The Tatas are back in the tea-room business after a shuttered foray a decade ago. This time, they will be up against Chaayos and Chai Point, which have built the market up from the ground. Here's an early report.

22 Jun 20180 comment
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