Flipkart is said to be testing a programme for its hyperlocal grocery business and hence has tied up with the neighbourhood merchants, Bangalore-based B2B online platform and service provider for hyperlocal logistics services. With this, it has also launched 20 Self Pick-Up Stores named ‘experience zones’ and are being launched in 10 cities for customers to collect their shipments at their own convenient time. Company plans to launch these centres in conjunction with its logistics arm Ekart.
Lets have a look at all the important developments of the week:
Redbus Launches Services In Singapore & Malaysia
Amazon.com Announces “Launchpad Store” For Startups
“Amazon Launchpad” will help entrepreneurs to bridge the gap between entrepreneurs and the end-consumers. It will also help the startups to gain the necessary exposure and chances are that this might help them score funding with the investors.
Cardekho Launches CarBay In Malaysia & Thailand
CarBay will provide information on cars in Malaysia and Thailand. Site offers information on all car models offered in the country and will enable car buyers to search for different car brands. It will also offer information on financing options and roadside assistance information.
Ola To Go App Only From Next Month
Flipkart’s Delivery Boys Go On Strike
Flipkart, has been allegedly denying basic facilities to its delivery boys. It has been reported that at least 400 delivery boys employed in Flipkart and Myntra ceased working since the start of the week.