Flipkart Big Billion Days Sale Is The Best Time For A Gadget Haul & Here Are Our Top 5 Picks

Confirmed.

Shipped.

Delivered!

These notifications have kept me sane through
the pandemic. Between working from home, doing the dishes and dying to step out
– the kind delivery bhaiyas were
always the reason behind the much-needed excitement during these stay-at-home
days.

Now that we’ve all gotten used to (read: totally
hooked to) online shopping, how can we not exploit the biggest, most-awaited
and coolest Flipkart’s
Big Billion Days sale to the fullest! This sale is set to make a comeback on October 16 and here’s
what we’re adding to our gadget haul:

1) Some Goodies For Your Grooming Basket   

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With a lot of our focus shifting towards self-care (and also how we look on video calls) – it’s only wise to upgrade your grooming stash. We’re talking about a quality trimmer. Thanks to Flipkart’s Big Billion Days sale, there’s a sea of trimmers to pick from. Our tops picks include – Beardo Trimmer Kit (originally Rs 2,240 – now, Rs 1,499) and Mi beard trimmer (originally Rs 1,199 – now, Rs 999). 

What’s more? Early access to the Big Billion Days Sale for Flipkart Plus customers starts on 15th October, at 12 in the noon! That’s a bonus day of availing through these offers.  

2) Who Doesn’t Like A Smartphone Upgrade!

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With the mind-blowing price drops this Big
Billions Day sale, it’s hard to resist a smartphone upgrade. However, the
offer on one brand stands out and grabs undivided attention – Samsung! Flipkart
has launched an industry-first Smart Upgrade Plan, in partnership with Samsung,
where a customer has to pay 70% of the special sale price while buying the
phone, and can exchange this phone for a higher model after a 12 month period.
For gen-next consumers who are always looking for upgrades and fancier phones,
this plan

Flipkart, Paytm, Byjus, PhonePe to Zomato, Bernstein highlights top private Internet firms that may go for IPOs in 2021 and beyond





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Some of the names highlighted in this report are the ones whose services all of us use in our day to day life – Flipkart, Paytm, Byjus, PhonePe, Zomato, Policybazaar, Delhivery, Big Basket. Bernstein says these companies may well go for IPOs in 2021 and beyond.

These companies have significant market share in their respective industry and they have thrived extremely well during tough situations in Indian market. As we have seen in the past few months, many new companies have got listed in Indian market and their IPOs were highly oversubscribed in the retail category too. Also, the majority of these IPOs did reward investors with extremely high returns which makes them all the more attractive. 

Now, retail investors can monitor these companies in internet space extremely closely as they have a humongous growth potential in India and can give excellent returns to investors. Many retail investors are not only looking at these IPOs for listing gains but also as a strong investment theme which can yield handsome returns in the next few years.

THE INTERNET ECOSYSTEM THEME IN INDIA

The growth in Indian E-Commerce is driven by online penetration (still very low penetration in eCommerce and life services), offline integration (internet companies turning offline as an addressable market), and traffic concentration, which is the conglomerates premium.

 The E-Commerce market is expected to grow from US $24 bn in 2018 to US $133 bn in 2025 (CAGR of 30%). Online shoppers are projected to reach 330 mn by 2025, driving online retail market growth. The increase in internet penetration, higher per capita income, broader selection, and convenient delivery are driving adoption and growth.

 Life services and Food delivery which includes food delivery, ride hailing, and online travel booking is expected to increase from US

Flipkart, Paytm, Zomato gear up for IPOs; India’s internet giants up for listing in 2021 and beyond



With the entry of these internet giants, the IPO market could be on its way to become more appealing to retail investors.


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With the entry of these internet giants, the IPO market could be on its way to become more appealing to retail investors.

Internet giants Flipkart, Paytm, Zomato, Big Basket and others could be in for making their stock market debuts in 2021 and beyond that, said a report by global brokerage and research firm Bernstein. These Indian unicorns are now household names in tier-1 and tier-2 cities across India and have a significant stake in their respective industry. Recently, stock markets have witnessed a rush of initial public offerings, and retail investors have been at the forefront when it comes to subscribing to these issues. Individual investors have oversubscribed all the IPOs in recent months.

With the entry of these internet giants, the IPO market could be on its way to become more appealing to retail investors. Serving the e-commerce, fin tech, ed tech, and food delivery industry these companies are expected to see their business flourish with the augmentation and acceptance of the internet ecosystem in India. However, so far none of these companies have initiated any proceedings with the market regulator that could hint that they are seeking to be listed on bourses.

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The leading e-commerce website in India is valued at $25 billion, according to the last round of funding which was in July this year. Backed by US-Retail giant Walmart, Flipkart is battling it out in the e-commerce space with Amazon and now Reliance Jio Mart. “E-Commerce in India has low penetration, but the market is growing rapidly. E-Commerce is expected to grow more than five-fold to US$133 Bn by 2025,” the report noted. Currently e-commerce has a low penetration in India with less than 5% of the market share but the same is pegged to cross 10% by