The UK-based FairWork Foundation, supported by The Oxford Internet Institute, has published its first report on India based on a study on 'fair work' in the gig economy. Flipkart has topped the rankings, which includes other players operating in the gig economy space in India such as BigBasket, Zomato and Uber.
What does it take to make a top-rated Android app? The Flipkart online shopping app, rated 4.5 on the Google Play Store, is one of a handful of apps tailored for the Indian Android user that has earned accolades from Google for exceptional performance on a number of criteria. It wasn't always a smooth ride, though. Flipkart's product development team had to surmount several challenges to build an app that delivered on multiple parameters. Hear the story straight from the Flipkart team behind India's leading online shopping app
Online shopping in India comes with its share of quirks, making it a unique market compared to many others in the world. There is great scope for improvement in the Indian online shopping experience, but to overcome the hurdles, we need India-specific solutions. At Flipkart’s ‘Hackday,’ every idea is welcome and has the potential to make online shopping in India better.
The Rapid team at Myntra, which oversees fashion brands like Moda Rapido and Here & Now, has more data scientists than it does designers. And machines tell them just what designs are sure to sell. With lines that are dropped at lightning speed and brands that scale just as fast, the numbers are proof that they are onto something. Here’s how a team, whose work lies at the intersection of data, tech and design, built a service that’s going global and revolutionizing the fashion industry.
Fourteen percent of all internet users in India — 60 million people — shopped online in 2016. According to a Morgan Stanley report, by 2026 this number will rise to over 50%. As more and more Indians embrace online shopping, Flipkart’s technology with a human touch is helping bolster this shift, shaping digital habits in a rapidly evolving digital marketplace. These customer stories attest to the effort that Flipkart has made in research, development and innovation to deliver technology that understands and serves the unique needs of the Indian customer.
Will modern e-commerce wipe out Mumbai’s Dabbawallas? Diving deep into the two-year-old partnership between Flipkart and this esteemed Mumbai institution, we pondered this question and unearthed a different story — one of challenge, triumph and deep customer-focused innovation