During this time, wedding-related businesses have encountered a host of challenges to sustain business as usual, however, on a brighter note, the industry has been quick to innovate, adapt and bounce back
Love in the time of corona (virus) seems taxing and making people rewire their schedules to prosper their plans for "in sickness and health," possible.
Planning your big day? Before you make a comprehensive list, here are 10 things recommended by the expert wedding planner that will make it a memorable one
Rapidly developing technology is taking companies' offerings one step further in the market by enabling them to focus on mobile-first solutions
Virushka, DeepVeer, Ambani, Piramal, do these ring a bell?
The market is predicted to grow at 20 to 25 per cent annually for the next few years and hence offering a plethora of opportunities
These key skills are essentials for wedding entrepreneurs today, but when supplemented by refined taste that lends itself well to curating ideas for every budget, they make for an exceptional bouquet of services
The ball is in the Indian wedding gifts companies' court as they will face competition from the biggest international rival
A wedding franchise is a company and needs to function like one, branding itself well to create a unique identity
How can the digital aspect take a back seat when it comes to sprucing up wedding vows?
A platform for to-be-married couples to open up their weddings to foreign travelers.
A platform that simplifies the process of finding and booking services at the best prices.
"To be able to bring order in a world of chaos is an opportunity very few have"
India Wedding Planning Market is expected to reach INR 1.6 trillion by 2020: Ken Research