Jaipur, August 04, 2022.

More than thirty Jaipur retailers, sector influencers, and brands had an intimate and thought-provoking discussion on retail trends shaping the future of retail at the 3rd edition of Ginesys Connect held in the city. During the event, Ginesys, launched Ginesys One, a one-stop technology suite in the Rajasthan market as a key solution for Omni-retail. 

The Ginesys Connect event aims to bring together the retail community, to discuss state-of-the-art digital solutions and to deliver immersive, omni-channel customer experience. The panel discussion was marked with the presence of Mr. Abhijit Banerjee of StratCap Advisory,  Mr. Saurabh  Bairathi MD of Bairathi Shoes, Mr. Ankit Vedi founder of XimiVogue, Mr. Ankit Palawat founder of Zari Jaipur and Mr. Shankar Hemrajani founder of Sweet Ginger. The evening started with an inspiring speech by Mr. Nand Kishore Chaudhary, founder Jaipur Rugs. He motivated everyone to sell stories not products, keep a firm check on quality and support suppliers. He spoke about how he believed in his passion wholeheartedly and did not give up during tough years to reach the pinnacle of success. He felt that Indian retail brands can definitely go global if designed with the right mix of global and local ethos. His products are being exported to US and Europe and his weavers and designers have won international design awards.

Speaking at the event, Mr. Harsh Nahata, COO  Ginesys,said “As retailers are shifting to omnichannel models, a seamless user experience would become a key priority for the industry, especially with cloud and AI technologies becoming common-place. Not all retailers have access to the same level of information. With Ginesys Connect we want to create a platform to disseminate such knowledge, share case studies and best practices. The insights from the session will help shape the Ginesys One technology suite.” 

At the overall leveal the attendees confirmed that the event is a much-needed platform to discuss the retail industry’s best practices and concluded with the fact that simple easy-to-use and well-integrated technology is the need of the hour for omnichannel retail. The attendees agreed and echoed the sentiment that Indian brands can go global with low-cost but high-quality manufacturing done in India.