Samsung TAB 750 is not just Fun, but it’s about Productiveness and Purposefulness.


First and foremost the event was grand and very informative and finally Lara is so very gorgeous as always. Please visit the link to see the event for yourself

What is so interesting about Samsung Tab is the commitment by Samsung to make the experience more personalised. Their is no doubt that tablets is the future of computing around the world, because of its versatility and it is used for not just fun things but for productive and purposeful stuff as well. Below we will see how we can make our life and work more interesting.

We all know about all the fun stuff we can do with Samsung Tab, but let’s talk first about all the other interesting stuff, we will call it…

Productive and Purposeful stuff:-

Wireless productivity is very powerful and Samsung has added purposefulness to it by encouraging development of interesting application that bridges this gap. And to showcase this, Samsung along with its partners has created some interesting industry specific applications showcased at the event as an example of what can be achieved by using Samsung Tab and its technology.

a) Parliamentary app – This simple application helps all our “Hardcore Working” MPs become more efficient and be up-to-date on parliamentary sessions. In short it is Productivity tool for them and also helps the Govt to save usage of paper, thus making them greener.

Imagine your local area MLA having Samsung Tab to check on task completed or/and to assign task to its subordinate to address citizen grievances or/and check on any incomplete work in progress in his area.

I can bet Gujarat Govt under Mr. Narandra Modi can make most of such technology. When they can do so much without Samsung Tab, imagine if they had one.

b) Unilever Sales Analytic app – It is interesting to see how FMCG Company like Unilever is finding interesting use of Samsung Tab….everyone at Unilever is using Samsung Mobile phones and Tablets and this is giving them real time insights into the needs of the consumers.

The obvious impact is, Unilever is more efficient and productive than its competitor. For example, they have real time data from their field staff about the stocks that needs shelves…the local shop keeper is happy because he will get his stock on time and when he needs without losing customer and consumers are happy to not travel to other shop due to none availability of particular product.

Such connectivity and mobility not just helps Unilever in delighting its end consumer like you and me, but also helps keep the motivation level of its most important staff “the sales heroes” high, because now they are empowered with technology so they do not have to sweat unnecessarily.

c) Medical app: – I believe medical industry needs this, at-least for the sake of the patients. Imagine doctor having all your medical records to suggest you quick and less expensive treatment, anywhere and anytime.

Likewise Educational productive app is also interesting area. And if you give a thought yourself you will find a usage of Samsung Tab within your own area of business/profession/industry connecting everyone easily, effectively, productively, and purposefully with lots of fun

And other interesting accessory & features you will get with new generation of Samsung Tab

a) Keyboard dock – Just insert your Samsung tab onto this dock and it changes into your personal computer, wirelessly.

b) Wireless connectivity – Select the Song/movie from your Samsung Tab and connect wirelessly to your home music system or television.

c) Amazing display quality and bigger screen, amazing touch interface, amazing speed and multitasking capability.

d) India specific application – Like watch TV on Tab, or/and download music or movie and other rich content app etc…

e) Tab 750 Specification – Pic below

Finally overall it’s a good product in the current market yet seen in India. It’s time to tab!! Visit to learn about the Tab 750 specification in details.

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Retail in India
Market Size
Unorganized market: Rs. 902 000 cr (to grow by 5 percent per annum)
Organized market: Rs. 35000 cr (to grow by 25 to 30 percent per annum)
Includes organized Food and Grocery Rs. 600 crore
(Govt. Statistics

Categories of Retail Models in India
Discount store (supermarket, hypermarket and other formats)
E.g: Shubhiksha, Margin Free (kerala), Big bazaar etc

Dedicated brand outlets
Exclusive showrooms either owned or franchised out by a manufacturer. E.g: Nike, Reebok, Zodiac etc

Multi-brand outlets
These stores specialize in stocking products of different brands of singular category. They can also be classified as company owned and operated stores. E.g: Vijay Sales, Viveks, Witco, etc

A large self-service grocery store selling groceries and dairy products and household goods
E.g: Food World, Nilgiris, Shubhiksha, Monday 2 Sundays etc

A store that combines a supermarket and a department store. The result is a gigantic retail facility that carries an enormous ranges of products under one roof, including full lines of fresh groceries and apparel.
E.g: Big Bazaar, Giant, Star India Bazaar etc

Department Stores
A Store that organizes its goods by departments, such as women’s clothes, home furnishings, electronics, and the like, department stores range from collections of elaborate, fancy shops to practical outlets for ordinary merchandise. They differ from ordinary stores principally because of their size and range of merchandise.
E.g: Pantaloon, Lifestyle, Shopper stop, Westside etc

Specialty Chains
These are small stores that specialise in a specific range of merchandise and related items. Most stores have an extensive width and depth of stock in the item that they specify in and provide high levels of service and expertise. E.g: Furniturewalla (type of furniture), Evoluzons (designer cloths), Planet M etc

Company owned and operated stores
These stores are company operated and usually sell merchandising at seconds or at discounts. They are similar to the Multi- brand outlet, only difference is, they only showcase company owned brands.
E.g: Megamart

Leading National level Hypermarket

Spencer’s Hypermarket
Mega value. Maha khaushi

Spencer’s Hypermarket promoted by RPG group which also run chain of “Food World” supermarket in south, currently the hypermarket is operating from two locations Hyderabad and Mumbai, Spencer’s Hypermarket sells all its goods below the Maximum Retail Price (MRP),

Brand: GIANT (Supermarket and Discount store format)

Widest range of products at the lowest price is the USP used
Air-conditioned, clean, comfortable, well-stocked and laid-out setting used as differentiator.
B2C and membership based B2B model in use.
Offers 3 levels of discounts. These levels are linked to the units purchased and translate into significant savings at each level of consumption.
Focus on own private label
50,000 products / 1,20 000 Sq.ft

Big Bazaar
Isse sasta aur accha kahin nahi

Big Bazaar Hypermarket promoted by Pantaloon India Ltd, which is in the business of retailing from 1987, since then it has expanded to large format supermarkets, departmental stores, hypermarkets and malls. Big Bazaar Currently operating in more than 13 locations, it sells all its goods below the Maximum Retail Price (MRP).

Brand: Food Bazaar, Gold Bazaar

Price and the wide array of products is the USP.
Targeted to the middle class and anyone who want goods at affordable price.
‘Family focus’, this strategy of the company is reflected in all its communications and product offerings.
More for less is the philosophy of the hypermarket
High service level and good ambiance used as differentiator.
Focus on own private label
1,70,000 products @ 6- 60 % discount

Star India Bazaar
Chota Budget, Lumbi Shopping!

Hypermarket promoted by Trent ltd a company of TATA GROUP, which is in the business of retailing; it runs famous “Westside” a large format departmental store. Star India bazaar Currently operating in Ahmedabad only, it sells all its goods below the Maximum Retail Price (MRP).

Focused on the requirements of the entire “Indian family”.
Added value by private label card (The Star India Bazaar private label card, which offers discounts to members),
Widest variety of products and great savings opportunities at the hypermarkets is the USP
Catering to the middle-class demand by offering products at affordable prices.
Each Star India Bazaar will be around 50,000 sq feet in size.


The recent spurt of hypermarkets initiated by leading business houses targeting masses are one of its kind were focus is on low price and mass-market products.

Hypermarket business world over is price centric, and economic of scale dominates, similarity is seen in India too with likes of Big Bazaar, GIANT, and Star India Bazaar luring consumer with lowest price offerings and wide assortment of mass products.

In India it is at very nascent stage, known industrial group are cashing on the retail boom, expanding nationally to compete and to acquire greater market share and mind share. Some of the leading business houses like Reliance, Landmark Group (Dubai), Bharti (Airtel), Shopper stop ect will enter in near future. One will also find real estate biggies diversifying in to retail with joint ventures.

While Price, Product and Place playing major role in the initial stages of these hypermarkets to capture the market share. People, Process and Promotion will become important to sustain and grow the brand to compete for mind share in the future.

In the second phase of growth, one will see new kinds of specialist hypermarkets selling specific products targeted to all the segments of audience at various price points. This further will give way to theme base hypermarkets, hypermalls etc.

Share your thoughts, spot or predict the trend to come…(innovation, technology, consumer, competition, formats, promotions ect…