NextBigWhat has learned that co-founder Nitin Agarwal, Yebhi’s third director who holds 22.27% of the company’s shares has also resigned.
Social networking giant Facebook & search giant Google are set to battle it out in India’s Rs 2,260 cr digital advertising market.
Targeting Mantra, the SaaS based service offers analytics to websites based on customer profiling that provides additional insights to businesses and in turn help them offer better product recommendation to customers.
Inspite of all the noise around the GOSF 2013 festival some ecommerce portals managed to get their message out, cutting through the rest of the noise. Here is a look at a couple of them.
Unlike last year when the shopping festival was held for just a day, this year’s Great Online Shopping Festival (GOSF) by Google will be spread over 3 days.
Almost inevitably, the marketplace bears the brunt of the consumer’s ire. After all, it is their brand and often inducement that draws a buyer in and ensures a purchase happens. So given this new reality of the marketplace, what else can the e-commerce players do so that they both continue to be seen as preferred destinations, yet do not bear the complete burden of their vendors’ actions?
Homegrown online retailers such as Yebhi, Myntra and a few others have come out in support of foreign direct investment in online retail, which is currently banned in India.
Bidders won’t be needing physical presence or physical bidding process any more for the auction. The department hopes that this move will improve transparency and benefit the bidder.
In this interview, Manmohan Agarwal, Co-Founder & CEO,Yebhi to goes into the details of its deal with IRCTC to provide white labeled solution to the ticketing arm of Indian railways.
The app developed along with Microsoft, will provide users another channel to book tickets beyond the portal. IRCTC expects the number e-ticket bookings to increase with the introduction of this app.
Here’s a quick list of interesting topics from the NextBigWhat forum.
But, in this case they have merely put Yebhi’s inventory in front of IRCTC’s user base. While Yebhi.com certainly benefits from access to this market, IRCTC is reduced to an affiliate.
The ticketing arm of Indian railways has launched its e-commerce site in partnership with Yebhi.com. IRCTC’s online shopping site powered by Yebhi is live at shop.irctc.co.in and is retailing clothing, accessories, home decor and electronics.
Besides the startups we profiled in detail earlier, here are some that caught our attention. Compare prices on Price-Hunt. The next time you want to buy a smartphone cover, give DailyObjects a visit. Healthee.in for a healthy lifestyle. Greenkins for kids clothing.