New Delhi [India], Sep 29 : India's first and largest managed marketplace ShopClues has kicked off an enticing campaign for its seller base, called 'Big Business Boom' with the tagline, 'Business Badhaao, Diwali Manaao'.
The campaign is aimed to equip retailers with the right mind-set and approach techniques to meet each and every demand of consumers during the high-action festive season and Diwali.
Launched at the ShopClues' Seller Summit in Mumbai, the campaign will run until Diwali, October 30th, 2016.
Endeavoring to prepare merchants catering to various categories on ShopClues for the upcoming festive activity, the seasoned online sellers will be provided enhanced services that will facilitate them to generate maximum sales during the grand festive season.
Moreover, the Big Business Boom campaign will educate relatively new sellers about the festive season essentials and e-commerce trading know-how to efficiently carry out consumer demands.
ShopClues will also conduct offline events to ensure maximum seller engagement. "The strong foundation that we have in the form of our extensive seller base is undoubtedly the prime driving force of our platform.
Strengthening our foundations further with the upcoming festive season, we are offering our sellers an opportunity to generate much more sales by precisely meeting the consumer demands across all categories.
It will enable our merchants to stock products appropriately and sell more with greater efficiency as well as effectiveness," said AVP - Merchant Services ShopClues, Ganesh Balakrishnan.
With this campaign, ShopClues will build engagement with its seller community of over five lakh merchants.
Additionally, the e-commerce platform will run contests on their Seller Facebook Page and Sellers' Club, thus enabling the merchants to earn free store credits and avail ShopClues Seller Services.
Adding to the joy of its merchants, ShopClues Seller Services will also be made available at a promotional price point to make certain that sellers not only avail increased consumer orders, but also build a brand for themselves.