While Flipkart, Amazon and Paytm are already in the big league, other apparel brands have also decided to take the same route. The latest brand to do so is Zara. The Spanish fast-fashion brand, Zara India's online store was launched on October 4, i.e. Wednesday afternoon.
India’s e-commerce market is growing at a staggering rate. While Flipkart, Amazon and Paytm are already in the big league, other apparel brands have also decided to take the same route. The latest brand to do so is Zara. The Spanish fast-fashion brand, Zara India’s online store was launched on October 4, i.e. Wednesday afternoon. This move from Zara India is in line with the current undergoing international expansion of the brand and will also allow it to make the most of the developing market.
This news comes at an exciting time for the customers. The festive season is on and India is getting itself ready to celebrate Diwali. Yes, all the e-commerce giants like Flipkart and Amazon are dashing out offers to attract more and more customers but the lack of a proper fashion retailer was always evident online. This void can finally be filed with the emergence of Zara India online store. All the fashion freaks can now shop the Zara products online.
It’s time for puffer jackets! Check collection at: https://t.co/f1II7wH5iE pic.twitter.com/WxEL8MO4Ry
— ZARA (@ZARA) October 1, 2017
To deliver your products, the company has roped in two delivery firms Blue Dart Express and Gati, according to a report by News X. The website states that it will deliver the products in metro cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, and Ahmedabad within 2-4 working days while in other cities, the product will reach you in 5-8 days.
However, the report added that for orders less than Rs 4000, the customers will have to pay a delivery fee of Rs 299 which could be a major problem given that other e-commerce websites are providing free delivery, even for lesser bills. The report also mentions that the company has opened a warehouse in Delhi to serve effectively to its customers in the capital. The exchange and return have also been kept free by Zara, which will save the customers a lot of hassles.