Products

Copra Millers working on diversifying products

September 16, 2019

Copra Millers Limited is working towards diversifying their products. Chair for Copra Millers of Fiji Raj Sharma says they have made losses in the previous years and to take the sector forward they aim to have more products. Sharma says these will be sold locally and in overseas markets as well. “We have made a […]

Read More

Ban on single-use plastic: What products, industries will be hit?

September 15, 2019

Raise the subject of an impending ban on single-use plastics and there is a mixed response from the industry. Though no one wants to sound critical, at least on record, a link node running across is the uncertainty on how the government wants to define single-use plastic. Here is what Business Today has gathered: What is single-use […]

Read More

Dabur’s latest is hair care products for kids

September 8, 2019

Homegrown FMCG major Dabur is stepping up product launches to sell only on e-commerce platforms, as it looks to leverage sales from the channel. The maker of Vatika Shampoo has announced its entry into kids’ hair care space with a range of products under its new Amla Kids franchise designed for new-age consumers, to be […]

Read More

India has world’s worst tariffs on US products, says top American senator

August 27, 2019

India has raised tariffs on 28 items, including almond, pulses and walnut, exported from the US in retaliation to America’s withdrawal of preferential access for Indian products.(Photo: Reuters) India is “the worst” in terms of high tariffs on American products, a top American Senator claimed on Sunday, ahead of US President Donald Trump’s crucial meeting […]

Read More

Google Says Its Products Will Be Made Of Recycled Materials Starting 2022

August 6, 2019

Google says its ready to make its products more sustainable. In case you’re not already aware, Google has been one of the top supporters of the Ellen McArthur foundation, global organization that promotes the circular economy approach, aimed at disrupting the “waste economy”. Google yesterday announced that from 2022, 100% of all the ‘Made by […]

Read More

10 Coworking Spaces, Resources, and Products For New Moms Returning To The Office

July 28, 2019

For women concerned with how they’ll balance returning to the workplace and being a new mom, below is a list of coworking spaces, free resources, and products striving to make life easier. PEXELS.COM August marks the start of Breastfeeding Awareness Month, and there are several working mothers who statistically stop breastfeeding earlier than recommended by the […]

Read More

Thinking about recyclables turning into new products, influences recycling

July 15, 2019

According to Winterich, the definition of a recyclable is an object with future use, and yet many of us still view recyclable material as trash. (Photo: ANI) Washington: When consumers are reminded of the products that their recyclables can be turned into, they are more likely to recycle. For instance, if people are aware of the […]

Read More

With companies AI-washing products, how can buyers find true AI-powered solutions?

July 13, 2019

Larry Lunetta: So the AI washing is absolutely true—and you can reach back to the late ’90s, it was web washing, right, as the internet became popular and then roll forward, it’s cloud washing. There’s a set of waves that the marketers ride, and AI is certainly one now. The interesting thing is as you […]

Read More

Asus expects 10% revenue from networking products in India

July 12, 2019

Asus also unveiled three new products on lifetsyle, gaming and smart home. (Asus) Taiwanese electronics major Asus on Wednesday said the company would expand its gaming portfolio with launching components like gaming monitors, routers and similar products in India. According to the company, the networking product line-up has the potential to contribute close to 10% to its […]

Read More

Delhi HC stops ecommerce firms from selling direct sellers’ products without consent

July 10, 2019

The Delhi High Court has restrained ecommerce majors like Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal from selling health and beauty products of direct sellers like Amway, Modicare, and Oriflame without their consent. The interim direction by Justice Pratibha M Singh came on the pleas of the three direct sellers alleging that products under their brands were being sold on ecommerce platforms […]

Read More