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Register Now to attend Kalaari Capital’s Open Forum on E-commerce, 5th September, Delhi

Monday August 19, 2013 , 3 min Read

Are you an e-commerce entrepreneur or an enthusiast looking to understand the nuances of e-commerce in India? Kalaari Capital, India’s leading venture capital fund, is hosting an open forum on e-commerce in Delhi this 5th September.


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The forum aims to bring together entrepreneurs, innovators, industry leaders and thought-leaders in this space, to unleash a meaningful dialogue around new ways of looking at e-commerce evolution in India.

To attend, register here.

Topics of discussion:

“Marketplace and E-commerce Scale” - 2012 was a rough year for e-commerce ventures in India. It looked like a hard task to build a sustainable and valuable e-commerce business in India. What does it take to navigate these tough times, and not only build a sustainable venture but also do it a large scale? Kunal Bahl, founder, Snapdeal will lead this discussion.

Bringing Consumers: Bricks vs Clicks” - India’s Retail Industry is said to be among the top five retail markets in the world. It is a major part of our economy contributing to 15% of the GDP. However, only 8% of India’s retail industry is organized. On the other hand, E-commerce industry in India is estimated to reach $250 billion by the end of 2025. There is a frenzy of activity in this space with smart and dynamic entrepreneurs contributing to the industry growth. As the internet penetration increases, and the consequent growth of e-commerce as an industry, does it lead us to the classic debate of retail versus etail? We believe both sectors will feed off each other and enable the industry growth by further providing choice to the consumer. Mukesh Bansal, founder, Myntra and Rajiv Mehta, MD, Puma India will lead this discussion.

Good Ideas” - The session “Good Ideas” aims to bring together budding e-commerce entrepreneurs that have innovated and created new ways of looking at doing business. Through Good Ideas, we explore the why, the what and the how of doing something different, and achieving sustainable and meaningful results through creativity and innovation.

If you are interested in attending, please register here. However, this is a curated and invite-only event. We are looking to invite people who will be a strong value-add to the community at Kalaari Open Forum. Once you register, we will send you an invite along with the time and venue details, if your profile suits the criteria.

For any queries, feel free to leave a comment, and we shall get back to you.

Note: YourStory is a media partner for this event.