About 8,000 new vendors attended its first sale on its platform. 450 of these vendors became 'Lakhpati' in these five days. The company said that among the vendors doing the transaction, the seller who did the transaction at least once during these five days sale is included.
According to the statement, “During this period, the number of sellers transacting on the company's platform has registered a 54 percent increase over the previous year. The participation of sellers of second-tier cities was also prominent in this. ”E-commerce companies have seen significant growth during the Kovid-19 crisis, as most people are preferring online shopping at home rather than going to the market.
Flipkart has recently launched the hyperlocker service 'Flipkart Quick'. With this service, goods will be delivered to customers in just 90 minutes. According to the information, in the first phase, this service will start from Bengaluru, then in the next few months this service will be expanded to other 6 cities. In the first phase of Flipkart Quick, there will be more than 2,000 products in categories such as grocery, fresh, dairy, meat, mobiles, electronics accessories, stationery items and home accessories.