Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Tuesday launched the APCO online store and Lepakshi web portal, which are aimed at providing better marketing facilities to weavers and artisans.
Thanks to the pandemic, over fifty percentage of the festival shopping this year is likely to happen over the internet.
Vegetables are sourced from Mahabalipuram, and fruits are sourced from in and around Chennai.
The data takes February 2020 spending as a baseline and compares it to spends in subsequent months under which the lockdown and unlock time periods fall
Das said he had ordered a copy of 'Communist Manifesto' online on June 10 from the e-commerce giant, as it was offering a discount.
All the listed products can be recycled and bear no impact on the nature,” she said. Buyers can contact sellers their products without any third-party mediation.
The platform enables a seamless buying experience, which is completely digital.
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This service is particularly relevant now, what with the restricted movement and social distancing becoming the norm.
Post coronavirus crisis, 78 per cent of Indian consumers said they will prefer to increase usage of digital payments going ahead.
Data compiled by the market researcher shows that a steady fall was witnessed across most retail channels, barring modern trade in the last week of March.
According to the fresh guidelines issued by the Centre, e-commerce has been deemed as an ‘essential’ service and vehicles used by these companies will be allowed to ply with nod.
The average spending by Indian consumers on various online platforms went down by 16 per cent during the lockdown period even as a majority remains confined to their homes.
Due to the 6pm cap on delivery services, these e-retailers are finding it difficult to deliver the goods on time.
Firms like Grofers, Bigbasket, Amazon and Snapdeal are seeing a spike in orders as consumers across metros are stocking up staples and hand sanitisers due to Covid-19 situation