Dhir & Dhir Associates

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Dhir & Dhir Associates is a full service law firm and brings to the table expertise and experience of more than two decades across various sectors and practice areas. The team is over 100 strong, including lawyers, some with dual qualifications of chartered accountants, company secretaries, cost accountants, MBAs and engineers, with experience in a wide range of legal and financial issues.

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KICKING THE CASH OUT OF JAPANESE ECOMMERCE

pymnts | April 15, 2020

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In developed countries, the notion of cash on delivery COD is a payments relic borne out of the days of mail order purchases made by phone for which the purchase amount was settled, literally in cash, when the item was delivered to the purchaser’s home. Credit and debit cards, and later, digital wallets, like PayPal, eliminated that friction for the online shopper, kept transactions secure, and reduced the risk from the merchant that items shipped wouldn’t be paid for. In many develo...

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WHY CONSUMERS ARE FIRING TRADITIONAL RETAILERS

pymnts | February 03, 2020

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“Jobs to be done” a theory popularized by the late Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen is the notion that consumers don’t buy products, but they hire them to perform a task they need done. Extending that analogy to retail, one could look at the data on the decline of mall and retail store foot traffic, the increase in retail store closures and bankruptcies, and disappointing retail sales and margins in an economic environment of increased consumer spending, an...

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BUDDY TECHNOLOGIES BEGINS ROLL-OUT OF LIFX POS IN EUROPE WITH GERMAN RETAILER BAUHAUS

smallcaps | July 29, 2020

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Internet of things technology developer Buddy Technologies (ASX: BUD) has begun rolling out its LIFX point of sale systems in Europe, with German DYI retailer Bauhaus the first company to receive the systems, which will display Buddy’s LIFX smart light range. Buddy’s LIFX point of sale systems are now launched in 15 Bauhaus tier one stores – displacing major German lighting brand Osram, which will have its smart lights phased out. The LIFX point of sale systems are expected to ...

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HOW RETAILERS STAY AFLOAT DURING UNPRECEDENTED MASS CLOSURES

retaildive | March 25, 2020

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Across the U.S. this week, many thousands of stores and hundreds of malls lay dark, as the country tries to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Around 100 retailers have closed all or a significant fraction of their stores. To state the obvious: American retail as we know it has never gone through an event like this, not at this scale or magnitude. That means the playbook is being written on the fly. Even companies like J.C. Penney and Ascena, which are already in financial distress, are l...

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pymnts | April 15, 2020

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KICKING THE CASH OUT OF JAPANESE ECOMMERCE

In developed countries, the notion of cash on delivery COD is a payments relic borne out of the days of mail order purchases made by phone for which the purchase amount was settled, literally in cash, when the item was delivered to the purchaser’s home. Credit and debit cards, and later, digital wallets, like PayPal, eliminated that friction for the online shopper, kept transactions secure, and reduced the risk from the merchant that items shipped wouldn’t be paid for. In many develo...

Read More

pymnts | February 03, 2020

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WHY CONSUMERS ARE FIRING TRADITIONAL RETAILERS

“Jobs to be done” a theory popularized by the late Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen is the notion that consumers don’t buy products, but they hire them to perform a task they need done. Extending that analogy to retail, one could look at the data on the decline of mall and retail store foot traffic, the increase in retail store closures and bankruptcies, and disappointing retail sales and margins in an economic environment of increased consumer spending, an...

Read More

smallcaps | July 29, 2020

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BUDDY TECHNOLOGIES BEGINS ROLL-OUT OF LIFX POS IN EUROPE WITH GERMAN RETAILER BAUHAUS

Internet of things technology developer Buddy Technologies (ASX: BUD) has begun rolling out its LIFX point of sale systems in Europe, with German DYI retailer Bauhaus the first company to receive the systems, which will display Buddy’s LIFX smart light range. Buddy’s LIFX point of sale systems are now launched in 15 Bauhaus tier one stores – displacing major German lighting brand Osram, which will have its smart lights phased out. The LIFX point of sale systems are expected to ...

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retaildive | March 25, 2020

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HOW RETAILERS STAY AFLOAT DURING UNPRECEDENTED MASS CLOSURES

Across the U.S. this week, many thousands of stores and hundreds of malls lay dark, as the country tries to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Around 100 retailers have closed all or a significant fraction of their stores. To state the obvious: American retail as we know it has never gone through an event like this, not at this scale or magnitude. That means the playbook is being written on the fly. Even companies like J.C. Penney and Ascena, which are already in financial distress, are l...

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