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Subject category: Marketing
Published by: Ivey Publishing
Originally published in: 2019
Version: 2019-09-20
Revision date: 18-Oct-2019

Abstract

In January 2019, the low-cost brokerage house Zerodha emerged as India's largest broker by number of customers. From 2014 to 2018, Zerodha's client addition had grown by 200-300 per cent annually; however, the company now needed a strategy to maintain and defend its leadership position. It needed to tap India's retail broking segment for continued growth. And in a market swamped with nearly identical products, Zerodha needed a strategy to avoid being confused with similar firms and to consistently be consumers' first choice. Could it stay ahead of its rivals with product innovation?
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Abstract

In January 2019, the low-cost brokerage house Zerodha emerged as India's largest broker by number of customers. From 2014 to 2018, Zerodha's client addition had grown by 200-300 per cent annually; however, the company now needed a strategy to maintain and defend its leadership position. It needed to tap India's retail broking segment for continued growth. And in a market swamped with nearly identical products, Zerodha needed a strategy to avoid being confused with similar firms and to consistently be consumers' first choice. Could it stay ahead of its rivals with product innovation?

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