Snapdeal has announced an investment of $200 Mn to strengthen its supply chain, train sellers and assist them with capital over a period of three years.
Snapdeal seeks to host 1 million sellers on its platform over the given time frame for which the ecommerce player plans to build up its ecosystem for small and medium businesses and help sellers scale business.
Vishal Chadha, senior vice-president, market development, Snapdeal confirmed the plans by saying that Snapdeal will invest the amount in strengthening its supply chain such as warehousing and logistics, training sellers and assisting them with capital in the given time frame.
This has not been the first initiative taken by Snapdeal to support its sellers. Prior to this the ecommerce player had launched Capital Assist through which it helped more than 150 sellers raise more than $7.5 Mn (INR 50 Cr). Snapdeal also has a Snapdeal Plus initiative which helps sellers with order management and last-mile delivery warehousing.
Walking on the same lines to woo sellers, just last week, Paytm had announced to infuse an investment of $100 Mn (INR 640 Cr) into its “Go Big” platform that would enable small and medium sellers to go online and leverage the benefits of selling through its marketplace.
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