Anything.0 is a cliche. But somehow the technology industry refuses to give up on it. And so, sticking to tradition, on Tuesday at a glitzy event in Mumbai, Kishore Biyani, the founder of Future Group—one of the largest brick and mortar retail companies in India—said that Future Group is ushering in Retail 3.0. Any discussion on anything.0 isn’t possible without understanding what the previous .0 stood for, and why it was relegated to obscurity.
Third time’s the charm?
Kishore Biyani’s Alibaba ambitions
Kishore Biyani of Future Group is a relentless entrepreneur. With Retail 3.0, he is doing what he does best. Hustling
EasyDay store club. It is a select club, which allows entry to just 2,000 customers
The company plans to set up a store every 2km and will start with 1,100 stores by March
This is Kishore Biyani's third attempt at online retail. The first two, Big Bazaar Direct and FabFurnish, failed
Future Group hopes that with Retail 3.0 it will be valued at $1 trillion by 2047