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The next big players in India's e-commerce industry

Published : Jan 7, 2020, 11:53 am IST
Updated : Jan 7, 2020, 11:53 am IST

E-commerce has gained huge popularity over the last decades, and in ways, it's replacing traditional brick and mortar stores.

Online shopping is expected to grow by leaps and bounds.
 Online shopping is expected to grow by leaps and bounds.

The future of e-Commerce in India 2020 is one of the most talked-about topics as more and more Indians are taking the online route to fulfil their shopping needs. Ecommerce has gained huge popularity over the last decades, and in ways, it's replacing traditional brick and mortar stores. As people don’t have the time to go out and buy something that they need right away and that's the reason people are buying a lot of things online mainly due to time and convenience. Here's is the list of the next big players in India's e-Commerce industry.

Digital Mall of Asia - A breakthrough in the worlds of digital disruption and retail, Digital Mall of Asia (DMA) is the first-of-its-kind digital e-commerce platform merging the real estate and the digital space. DMA is a unique concept that brings the best of online and offline shopping experiences to the customer.  DMA is not just a typical e-commerce portal meant for shopping online—it will house exclusive towers of digital retail shops, trial rooms, hypermarket, electronics, education, financial services, food courts, multiplexes, night clubs, and much more. It will have all the entities that make up a physical mall, thereby recreating one virtually. Therefore, a user would feel as if they are inside a virtual mall when they would visit the website, thanks to a simulated environment incorporating visual and sensory elements.


Reliance -  Reliance Industries Ltd’s retail arm is testing its food and grocery app among its employees before the commercial launch of its e-commerce venture  The grocery app would be made available to the public by this year-end and orders made on the app fulfilled by local merchants, two people aware of the matter said, requesting anonymity.  Reliance Retail has the capital strength, a big offline presence, good brands in their kitty and significant grocery operation.

BigBasket - Bigbasket is the largest online grocery supermarket in India quite. Bigbasket was launched at a time when India's busy workforce in cities was finding it difficult to allocate time to buy groceries and home essentials. It gave them the flexibility to place their orders anytime and get the things delivered at their preferred time. Bigbasket offers groceries and food supplies in various categories such as fruits & vegetables, food grains, oil, masalas, bakery items, beverages, branded foods, personal care products, household supplies, eggs, meat, fish, etc. Bigbasket currently offers more than 18,000 products across various categories and features more than 1000 brands in its catalogue. Bigbasket comes with the promise of lowest rates and prompt delivery services.


Pepperfry -  Pepperfry is an online home and lifestyle shopping store in India selling products with cash on delivery facilities? Pepperfry.com opened for business on the 3rd of January 2012 to give customers a wide selection of amazingly priced furniture, home, and living products and consistently great shopping experience. 

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