The Growth Chart

Ravi Bajaj

Also, men approach shopping very differently from women and their choices don't seem dependent on lavish showcases. "Men are the real spenders. While women do a lot of window shopping, men are more serious buyers. Men seem to know the shops they want to visit and don't waste too much time," points out Bajaj. That seems to be a global trend. In a recent article on men's online shopping trends, The New York Times reported, "Men want to shop, but they want to know more about what they are buying. They don't want to be hassled by salespeople. Brand loyalty is important to men."

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