How the India-China standoff is impacting Chinese brands in India

A whopping 97 percent of Indians say they will boycott major Chinese brands and instead support Indian brands, according to a survey by LocalCircles.

21st Jun 2020
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Indians willing to boycott Chinese brands

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A whopping 97 percent of Indians say they will boycott major Chinese brands and instead support Indian brands, according to a survey by LocalCircles.



What led to the launch of this EV startup

EeVe


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Building a Rs 6.7 Cr premium tea brand

Teamonk


Founded in 2017, premium tea brand Teamonk offers more than 50 variants of premium tea, 45 of which are tea-based and the rest 10 are herbal infusions.



Career counselling using one-on-one mentorship

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The Klarity team


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COVID-19 is wartime; leaders will react differently

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Avnish Bajaj, Founder and Managing Director, Matrix India.


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Story of a popular boutique jewellery brand

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Shobhana Choksey, Founder, Shobha Shringar Jewellers


Launched in 1984, Shobha Shringar is a boutique jewellery brand, which sells hand-crafted pieces of jewellery, gaining prominence through the word of mouth.




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