Technology is a way to bypass some of the great weaknesses of India’s educational system.
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“Right now we are very focused on the India market, and we have also expanded into six markets in the Middle East.”
Greendust is adding a host of new products sourced from Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Whirlpool, Lenovo, Philips and Godrej.
The Faasos app allows consumers to track their orders in real time, do cashless payments, order meals anytime and relish the food items which change daily.
Indian tech companies are growing up and winning in international markets: “Just Dial’s plans to go international seems like a logical step”.
“Majority of the Indian population is not in tier I cities, growth of M-commerce is going to be much more than traditional E-commerce.”
The app allows users to simply login, choose and checkout in easy steps. There are no listings, no categories and no confusion, only exclusive deals.
Greendust has partnered with more than 40 brands for over lakh products, and is now looking to expand its product portfolio.