Brands have to figure out new and effective ways to service customers in a seamless, convenient, and safe fashion says Alisha Malik, Vice President - Marketing and E-commerce, Metro Brands Ltd

Alisha Malik, Vice President, E-commerce and Marketing, Metro Brands, talks about the key learnings from the Covid-19 experience so far and how Metro Brands have been trying to adapt to the situation.

As India is paving its way toward modernization, gender roles are gradually changing with women no more being confined to houses. Indian women multitask – they are homemakers, decision-makers, able and skilled workers all rolled into one.

The pandemic has been a once-in-a-lifetime test of business continuity planning for retail businesses across the globe. Even when things have stabilized to an extent and economies are gradually opening up, the industry is being confronted by a hard question – what’s next?

Farah Malik Bhanji, CEO & MD, Metro Brands Ltd, in an exclusive interview with Retail4Growth, talks about ways to ensure business continuity amid COVID-19, the role of technology in it and more.

Alisha Malik, VP - Marketing and Ecommerce, Metro Brands Ltd. Shares company's strategy t o overcome this unprecedented Crisis.

From 1947 to 2020, how three generations grew a Made in India footwear brand to Rs 1,411 Cr giant.

Ms. Farah Malik Bhanji, MD Metro Brands in a recent interview with Indiaretailing talks about plans for aggressively expanding Metro Brands in 2021 through strategic partnerships with reputed as well as upcoming brands and ventures.

Metro Shoes aims at adding new stores

Alisha Malik – About leveraging the power of digital to drive growth

Farah Malik Bhanji – About striking the work-life balance

Metro Brands: Big Shoes to fill