Accelerating Digital Transformation in Retail

| May 15, 2017

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The digital revolution is changing the world. And the customer is firmly at the centre of that change. The rewards are high for customer facing businesses that get it right. And conversely, getting it wrong can spell disaster. So what are the key elements to a successful digital strategy? How can digital transformation be accelerated and the customer journey integrated? And how can challenges be overcome?

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VGL Group Jaipur

Vaibhav Global Limited (VGL), headquartered in Jaipur, Rajasthan was incorporated as ‘Vaibhav Gems Limited’ in 1989 and renamed as ‘Vaibhav Global Limited’ in 2013. The Company went public in 1996-97 and has since evolved into a successful, vertically-integrated electronic retailer of fashion jewellery and lifestyle products in the USA and United Kingdom on its TV Shopping channels – ShopLC, USA and The Jewellery Channel (TJC), UK. The TV coverage is complimented by e-commerce websites/mobile apps www.shoplc.com and www.tjc.co.uk.

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