MUMBAI: Future Lifestyle Fashion (FLFL), part of Kishore Biyani-led Future Group, has reported a 40.4% increase in its net earnings for the sector ended March 31, helped by typical sales volume that rose 20%.
Its net profit for the zone stood at Rs 36.4 crore whilst net sales grew 30% at Rs 1,281 crore, helped through electricity brands and new Brand Factory shops. Same-store income grew nine% throughout the fourth quarter at the same time as EBIDTA margin dropped eighty foundation factors at nine.2%.
“Revenue share of discounted chain Brand Factory rose from 27% to 35% in Q4 that impacted absolute EBIDTA margin.
MUMBAI: Actor Akshay Kumar selected to disregard and walk away when he changed into puzzled about now not balloting in the Lok Sabha elections right here.
Akshay, who recently grabbed headlines for his “non-political” interview with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has been extensively trolled for now not casting his vote on Monday.
” Chaliye, chalice (permit’s cross, permit’s cross)” is how Akshay responded when at a unique screening of the movie “Blank” on Tuesday, a media person asked him approximately giving voting a miss.
He then walked away.
The actor has hooked up his photograph as Bollywood’s poster boy of patriotism with films like “Kesari”, “Toilet – Ek Prem Katha”, “Padman” and “Airlift”.
The reality that he overlooked vote casting gave trolls a discipline day with jokes and memes.
Akshay became one of the distinguished Bollywood celebrities whom Modi had tagged in a tweet, asking him to inspire vote casting. And the actor had duly complied.
“The authentic hallmark of a democracy lies in people’s participation in the electoral technique. Voting has to be a super hit ‘Prem Katha’ between our country and its voters,” Akshay had tweeted.
NEW DELHI: Bharti Airtel is taking a patron segmentation method led by partnerships to move its clients to excessive-cost unlimited plans and bundle new offerings in a pass to offer a lift to its common sales in step with customers (ARPU) – a key overall performance parameter – for each postpaid and prepaid user bases.
The telco is also building a partner ecosystem to sweeten its services under each pay as you go and postpaid, besides pegging priority purchaser services as a differentiator for excessive-paying customers.
“We will construct cognizance about the value…time beyond regulation clients who virtually cares about this advertising, which is now a massive wide variety in the marketplace, will cross up and take it up and ultimately it’ll an ARPU improve,” Shashwat Sharma, Chief Marketing Officer, Bharti Airtel, informed ET.
In an enterprise-first flow, Airtel has additionally rolled out Amazon top subscription for its prepaid customers with the Rs 299 plan.
“With the tiered technique, offerings, and needs at unique rate factors are being met the usage of our companion environment to serve clients higher,” Sharma delivered.
Airtel has segmented the plans in three ranges- silver, gold, and platinum. To be on a silver providing, Airtel patron needs to do a minimum recharge of Rs 119, even as Gold presenting can be availed with the aid of doing the minimum recharge of Rs 199 and will also be available with all plans below Rs 499.
“Silver and Gold pay as you go plans, and a bit of gold is postpaid and higher cease postpaid is platinum,” Adarsh Nair, Chief Product Officer, Bharti Airtel stated.
The silver tier will provide fundamental content via AirtelTV and Wynk tune, while Gold customers get right of entry to top class content or monetary services, together with a few upload on telecom benefits. With Platinum, clients will get VIP service from Airtel, premium content material, e-books, tool protection, and extraordinary invites and priority get entry to activities and sales.
Mahesh Uppal, director at communications consulting firm ComFirst India stated that the flow can in the main be visible as a method to hold customers, especially higher ARPU clients via this additional fee for a previously committed quantity as well an incentive to move to higher ARPU accounts which provide even greater cost.