Amazon Dedicates an Entire Page for Make in India Products
- Gayathri Mathivanan
- February 20, 2016, 12:12 AM
To celebrate the Make In India week, Amazon.in has undertaken several initiatives. Amazon is trying to take over the Indian e-commerce market. After making some drastic changes in its logistics and the operations end, Amazon dedicates an entire page for Indian products as part of the ongoing Make in India
India's largest online store has also launched a dedicated 'Make In India' store on its platform featuring products, across categories that are manufactured in India, including offerings from several of Indian and international brands.
To further support the Government’s effort in taking the Make in India creations to global markets, Amazon is showcasing India Products prominently on the site , thus providing over 294 million global customers easy access and an opportunity to discover millions of India made products. These products are being offered by over 6000 Indian manufacturers and sellers.
Amit Agarwal, VP and Country Head, Amazon India in a statement said, “The Amazon platform, with innovations such as Easy Ship, Fulfillment by Amazon and Global Selling, can serve as a strong enabler for Indian manufactures, artisans, and businesses to reach customers not only in India but also across the globle. We are very excited to support the Make In India week with several initiatives on both Amazon.in and Amazon.com. Make in India connects with our mission to transform how India buys and sells and we are thrilled that it will provide further impetus to Indian manufacturing allowing customers globally to access Indian innovations and creations.”
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