Two hyperlocal dairy brands, Aavin and Nandini, are building capacity and tightening supply chains as they rise up the popularity charts http://www.business-standard.com/article/management/milking-the-local-connections-116050501499_1.html
Be it marketing strategies, products or packaging, CKR’s out-of-the-box solutions were a hit among value-conscious consumers. From Rs 15,000 seed money in 1983 to Rs 1,300-crore turnover, CavinKare emerged from. . .
A small step in the world of business started by the man hailing from Cuddalore, has blossomed into a corporate identity that depicts a growth story that anybody can relate. . .
CK Ranganathan, Chairman & MD of CavinKare, says GST enactment will boost offtake of FMCGs. He believes too that the demonetisation impact on consumer goods was marginal and companies such. . .
The opportunity has dazzled many. In recent months, many research firms have been talking up the potential of the Indian dairy market; the industry will clock 15 per cent CAGR. . .
Cost of personal care products expected to go up by over 5% From soaps and shampoos to biscuits and beverages, daily-use products are set to become dearer in the coming. . .
An expert talks about the important legal functions to consider while starting a corporate venture http://www.dtnext.in/News/City/2016/07/24221540/Paperwork-is-key-to-smooth-functioning-of-enterprises.vpf
Home-grown FMCG major CavinKare is setting up a greenfield project in Bangladesh, beefing up its presence in a turf, where it has so long been competing against brands such as. . .
The Chennai-based ₹1,200-crore company, which had earlier this year introduced Cavin’s fruit milkshake, a ready-to-serve, dairy-based beverages in different variants, including mango, apple and guava, has set up a ₹60-crore. . .
CavinKare, which introduced Rs 1 sachets packaging in shampoos with the Chik brand in the early eighties, will soon launch exclusive premium personal care products only to sell on ecommerce. . .