Demonetisation Triggers 30.5% Drop In Smartphone Sales It is called achche din

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Demonetisation Triggers 30.5% Drop In Smartphone Sales It is called achche din

 Owing to demonetisation and subsequent cash crunch, smartphone sales fell by a whopping 30.5 per cent (month-on-month) in November over the October festive season, market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC) revealed on Tuesday.

Indian vendors were hit most due to demonetisation with a drop of 37.2 per cent in November as compared to Chinese players with 26.5 per cent drop and global vendors with 30.5 per cent drop over the previous month, said IDC's 'Monthly City Level Smartphone Tracker' report -- which surveyed smartphone sales in 50 Indian cities.

"Demonetisation has impacted the smartphone market at almost all levels, including the customer demand and stock movement in the distribution channels," said Upasana Joshi, Senior Market Analyst, IDC India. 


"The slowdown was seen across all city tiers, with a de growth of 31.7 percent in Tier 1 cities and 29.5 percent in Tier 2,3 & 4 cities in November over October. There was a huge drop in inquiries and significantly reduced footfall at the retail. To counter this, mobile phone retailers, together with micro-finance companies, started offering zero down payment options to stir sales," Joshi added.

According to the report, domestic vendors are finding it difficult to compete with the aggressive Chinese players due to shrinking spends in their marketing and the absence of good product assortment.

"The market share of Chinese vendors increased to 42.6 per cent in tier-I cities from 38.7 per cent market share in October 2016," the findings showed.

In addition to seasonal decline and impact of demonetisation, China-based vendors' market share improved sequentially owing to their high decibel marketing, increased credit line to distributors and efficient channel management.

Heavy investments in training and developing in-shop promoter programme by Oppo and Vivo have helped these vendors to sustain with lower decline in relative to other vendors.

"In the offline channel, while the Indian vendors were struggling, the Chinese vendors like Oppo & Vivo pulled in strong demand largely due to their strong hold on distribution and better partner incentive schemes and promotional activities during the slowdown," said Varun Singh, Market Analyst, IDC India.

Global vendors especially led by Samsung were able to withstand the aggressive Chinese players due to their good distributor coverage and penetration in the Indian market, the report added.

 Owing to demonetisation and subsequent cash crunch, smartphone sales fell by a whopping 30.5 per cent (month-on-month) in November over the October festive season, market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC) revealed on Tuesday.

Indian vendors were hit most due to demonetisation with a drop of 37.2 per cent in November as compared to Chinese players with 26.5 per cent drop and global vendors with 30.5 per cent drop over the previous month, said IDC's 'Monthly City Level Smartphone Tracker' report -- which surveyed smartphone sales in 50 Indian cities.

"Demonetisation has impacted the smartphone market at almost all levels, including the customer demand and stock movement in the distribution channels," said Upasana Joshi, Senior Market Analyst, IDC India. 


"The slowdown was seen across all city tiers, with a de growth of 31.7 percent in Tier 1 cities and 29.5 percent in Tier 2,3 & 4 cities in November over October. There was a huge drop in inquiries and significantly reduced footfall at the retail. To counter this, mobile phone retailers, together with micro-finance companies, started offering zero down payment options to stir sales," Joshi added.

According to the report, domestic vendors are finding it difficult to compete with the aggressive Chinese players due to shrinking spends in their marketing and the absence of good product assortment.

"The market share of Chinese vendors increased to 42.6 per cent in tier-I cities from 38.7 per cent market share in October 2016," the findings showed.

In addition to seasonal decline and impact of demonetisation, China-based vendors' market share improved sequentially owing to their high decibel marketing, increased credit line to distributors and efficient channel management.

Heavy investments in training and developing in-shop promoter programme by Oppo and Vivo have helped these vendors to sustain with lower decline in relative to other vendors.

"In the offline channel, while the Indian vendors were struggling, the Chinese vendors like Oppo & Vivo pulled in strong demand largely due to their strong hold on distribution and better partner incentive schemes and promotional activities during the slowdown," said Varun Singh, Market Analyst, IDC India.

Global vendors especially led by Samsung were able to withstand the aggressive Chinese players due to their good distributor coverage and penetration in the Indian market, the report added.



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