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These teams worked remotely to help Flipkart pull off Big Billion Days sale

RedSeer says Flipkart emerged as the leader during festive sales with an impressive 64% market share. It competes with Amazon, Reliance's JioMart and Tata CLiQ in this space

Flipkart | Flipkart big billion day sale | MSME

Peerzada Abrar  |  Bengaluru 

Team at Flipkart’s fulfilment centre in Kolar  working for The Big Billion Days event.
Team at Flipkart’s fulfilment centre in Kolar working for The Big Billion Days event.

E-commerce giant had a very successful ‘The Big Billion Days’ (TBBD) festive sale event this year amid the pandemic. The event, which concluded recently, was conducted on a massive scale. It brought lakhs of sellers, micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and kiranas closer to consumers this festive season. There was over 55 per cent growth in new sellers this TBBD, compared to 2020.



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First Published: Fri, October 15 2021. 19:32 IST