Retail

Overview

RedSeer’s offerings help brands and retailers in being more agile and ready to win in an increasingly digitally savvy audience in a post COVID world.

Our primary research-backed approach, supported by 6+ years of IP in the eCommerce and retail space, allows us to deliver sharp data-backed insights that help retail leaders solve for their growth and optimization challenges as they navigate to the new realities of the retail ecosystem in the 2020s.


Our Offerings

Over the last decade, we have worked with our retail clients across a variety of growth and optimization mandates including-

  1. Go-to-market and Launch Strategy.
  2. Digitization and D2C growth strategy.
  3. New Category Assessments and Product Development.
  4. Offline and Online Operations Audits and Optimization.

We have extensive experience of covering the above mandates across the broad set of retail categories including FMCG/Grocery, Food & Beverage, Fashion, Electronics, and other General Merchandise.

Impact Delivered

100+

clients

500+

engagements

$2 Bn+

growth delivered

FEATURED INSIGHTS


business consulting services

Organized Grocery Retail In India

newsletters | Nov, 2019

Of India’s retail basket, Food & Grocery (F&G) category comprising fresh fruits & vegetables, packaged food, personal care & home care and utilities is a significant 65% ($525 Bn...

cosmetics industry

What will you be shopping online this festive weekend?

newsletters | Oct, 2020

90% of the surveyed sample plan to buy online this year which will give a significant boost to e-commerce growth across categories.

cosmetics industry

Re-e-tail: Reimagining a new retail for India

newsletters | Oct, 2020

Rise of ‘Integrated eCommerce’ which digitizes both the front end and back end will create a new retail model in post COVID world

cosmetics industry

Logistics in the 2020 eCommerce Festive Season

newsletters | Oct, 2020

Basis strong shipments growth, we expect the festive sales GMV for the first event to grow 50% y-o-y over CY19 to reach $4 Bn