A Bengaluru based E-commerce Company Flipkart has partnered with e-commerce corporation eBay Inc to sell its products globally in 200 countries.
Flipkart’s global programme
Flipkart has launched a global programme to allow its sellers to sell to customers globally. The firm has recently acquired eBay.in following an investment of $500 million by the global e-commerce company.
The ‘Flipkart Global’ program intends to push ‘Made in India’ items, particularly to take into account non-inhabitant Indians, said Anil Goteti, who as of late assumed control eBay India’s business. A portion of the key items will be saris, adornments, crafted works, and embellishments among different classifications.
Flipkart will initially start this program for its ‘Gold’ category sellers and will slowly extend it to other sellers.
Flipkart selling its products to eBay customers globally
The program will empower vendors from India pitch to more than 171 million dynamic clients of eBay all around in more than 190 worldwide markets. While clients comprehensively will shop through eBay’s stage, Flipkart will satisfy the requests in the organization with bearers. The organization will use eBay India’s association with India Post, where eBay had set up counters a year ago. Flipkart will likewise use its ‘Worldwide Powership’ program wherein it has cooperated with global merchants and bearer administrations. Flipkart won’t have a particular marking on the eBay stage.
Categories focused on manufacturing in India will be pushed through this global programme.
Launching of ‘billion brands of products’ by Flipkart
Flipkart as of late propelled the “Billion” brand of items made in India to take into account Indian shoppers needs, which will likewise, in the long run, be made accessible to worldwide clients. “Sellers who manufacture in India can leverage the global platform with a unique value proposition. If sellers are sourcing from other countries such as China, they may not be able to compete with sellers already selling globally,” said Navin Mistry, India business head for eBay.in.