The Zoomin App for Android is one of the easiest ways you can order photo prints in India. Most of the times, when we capture the photos from our smartphones, we tend to delete them in the end as the number keeps increasing and there’s no much time to filter and save the best ones. That’s where the photo printing would help, in keeping a diary of your best photos and that too not virtually. You just need to download the app from Zoomin.com and start selecting the best photos which you wanted to print, and take it forward by ordering them for the size you wish.
For the benefit of the smartphone users, there is an offer where as soon as the app is installed for the first time, 25 free photo prints are given from Zoomin and the user has to pay just the shipping fee. The steps from the photo selection to the payment processing is all very easy to do, thanks to the simple interface with no hidden options.
Parabo Press is a breeze to use: It’s clean and easy to read, your options are straightforward, and there are no annoying upsells. Prints from its Risograph machine, which uses soy-based ink and is described by Parabo as having “a cult following since its invention in 1980s Japan.”
“We are creating solutions specifically for the Indian rental community. For Aibnb, we are creating a separate set of packages, more attuned towards travellers, which will allow the hosts to pick and choose from these packages and furnish their house,” Ajith Karimpana
The Make in India programme needs design, in order to succeed in its fundamental endeavour. Melorra has integrated design and manufacturing with processes, people working in manufacturing are involved in product design concepts as a result delivery times are almost half those of competitors.
Red Chillies Entertainment partnered with Furlenco for its forthcoming Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt starrer ‘Dear Zindagi’. Furlenco and Red Chillies have also launched a TVC and an exclusive ‘Dear Zindagi’ store for the movie buffs.
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It is a combination of 50% equity and 50% debt, making them one of the largest debt funded start-ups in India. While Furlenco plans to utilise the equity component to grow its business into more cities, the debt will be used to purchase inventory.
Droom has clocked a GMV of Rs 104 crore in a short span of 19 months. They have registered over Rs 1,200 crore in annualised GMV, with plans to achieve Rs 3,000 crore by March 2017. The achievement has come despite low marketing spends at 3.75 per cent of the entire GMV.