Flipkart hosts learning & development program; sees 4x jump in seller participation: Tech News

Flipkart said Thursday it was hosting a month-long virtual learning and development program for its pan-Indian vendor base to educate them on best practices and insights to scale their operations and meet the massive demand over the coming holiday season. . The month-long event was hosted on a custom virtual […]

Flipkart said Thursday it was hosting a month-long virtual learning and development program for its pan-Indian vendor base to educate them on best practices and insights to scale their operations and meet the massive demand over the coming holiday season. .

The month-long event was hosted on a custom virtual platform through 16 sessions and saw a 4x increase in vendor participation compared to the on-ground event in 2019. The virtual learning environment allowed vendors from smaller cities such as Vadodra, Nasik, Ernakulam, Agra, Rajkot, Mathura and Trivandrum to attend the event for the first time and connect 1: 1 with Flipkart’s leadership.

Commenting on the workshop series, Jagjeet Harode, Senior Director and Head – Marketplace, Flipkart said, “Our vendor partners play a vital role in providing valuable, unique and affordable offerings to Indian consumers through the Flipkart platform.”

“We constantly strive to support them on this journey with smarter practices, deeper insights into consumer behavior and operational support. These events are our way of connecting with them and also understanding their demands and needs, especially as they expand their services to grow their business during the holiday season. “

Flipkart’s annual flagship sales event, The Big Billion Days, will go live from October 16 and run through October 21, 2020, and the ecommerce market is gearing up to serve new and existing customers. To meet growing demand during the holiday season, the company has taken many initiatives, including expanding its pan-Indian supply chain by adding more than 3,000 facilities and bringing on-board 50,000 Kiranas to deliver last-mile deliveries. consumers will do so in more than 850 cities across the country, among others.

This year’s Big Billion Days sales event would create more than 70,000 direct and many indirect seasonal jobs as sellers, artisans and brands prepare to meet consumer demand.

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