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1 million companies across the country doing business through WhatsApp and other social media sites

Businessmen are now selling their goods to customers by going directly to Whatsapp, Facebook and other social media sites. The grocer also takes online orders by adding the customer on WhatsApp.

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  • Last updated:November 13, 2020, 1:39 PM IST

New Delhi. To interact directly with customers, business people have now found a different way to e-commerce sites. Businessmen are now selling their goods to customers by going directly to Whatsapp, Facebook and other social media sites. The grocer also takes online orders by adding the customer on WhatsApp. In Delhi-NCR, the number of such businessmen working in this way is about 50 thousand. At the same time, 10 lakh businessmen across the country are pushing their business this way. This research was done by ShipRocket. This is evident from CAT research According to BC Bhartia and National Secretary General Pravin Khandelwal, National Chairman of the Confederation of All India Traders (CAT), the country’s largest association of traders, the ship market has conducted a survey of 40,816 merchants in various states of the country as of September country. until September 30. Was The research shows that a new market in the country is developing rapidly via social media. According to the survey, about 17.96 percent of new traders use social media for business. While 35.19 percent of companies already doing business use the online website. On the other hand, only 12.04 percent of new traders do business through the offline market. Also read – Rooster got cheaper in winter, but chicken is constantly getting expensive, know why

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This item was sold on social sites during Diwali According to CAT’s Praveen Khandelwal, in this festive setting of Diwali, personal maintenance (18.45 percent) of goods, food and groceries (16.51), clothing (15.09), electronics (11.37), health (7 , 60), household and sanitary items (4.59), and jewelry (3.83 percent) are sold on social sites. Clearly, through social media, small traders are gradually expanding their business, which is a good sign for the country.




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