On the third day of Flipkart's Big Billion Day sale, Bansal has decided to do some of the deliveries in Bangalore personally ... t.co/Dpjw99Ha20 — Sachin Bansal (@_sachinbansal) October 15, 2015 Binny Bansal told ET that they want to learn more about.
Bangalore ... Flipkart announced an investment commitment of USD 500 million in PhonePe, its own payment platform on Thursday. This investment adds to the USD 75 million funds infusion Flipkart made in PhonePe since acquiring it in 2015.
Nearly 60 per cent of millionaire sellers came from metros (Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore) and the rest from the non-metros, it said. "2015 projections estimate that the numbers from the latter will double," the statement added. Flipkart said it is taking.
New Delhi: Domestic e-commerce major Flipkart on Wednesday said it will generate over 2 million jobs through its marketplace and ancillary services in 2015. The Bangalore-based firm expects 60% of this employment to be generated in the logistics and.
Thanks @Flipkart @akshaykumar pic.twitter.com/Bqc5eSfVDW — chandan (@rohit848) October 29, 2015 The Bangalore-based Flipkart—a local startup most-recently valued at $15 billion, making it India’s largest unicorn—had a five-hour-long concert for its.
FlipTrends, a comprehensive and in-depth view into how India shopped online on Flipkart, released on Monday, has analysed the buying preferences of 50 million Indian shoppers, giving an insight into what India read this year. In 2015, Bangalore bought the.
The Bangalore, India-based startup announced today that it has raised $1.6 million from investors that include Y Combinator, Sparkland Capital, SAIF Partners, and angel investors Ryan Petersen and Max Altman. Founded in 2015 by ex-Flipkart employees.
BANGALORE ... employment with a reputable firm to go it alone -- would sit them down and counsel them to get a proper job. The young Bansals have since been feted at home as poster boys for entrepreneurial India, establishing their company, Flipkart.
Domestic eCommerce major Flipkart today said it will generate over 20 lakh jobs through its marketplace and ancillary services this year. The Bangalore-based firm expects 60 per cent of this employment to be generated in the logistics and warehousing sector.