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New Delhi brings popular Sadar Bazaar online

By Lauren Fruncillo February 23, 2021 - 1:16 pm

The oldest market in New Delhi has been brought online by Masonic Ecom Private Limited as a solution to the pandemic. On sadar24.com, sellers can register and list their products under a range of categories and the platform is currently helping customers get safe access to the products they might have seen and purchased at the Sadar Bazaar.

“The idea is to remove the barriers of the physical market and pass its benefits to the end consumers digitally where buying for them is just a click away. We aim to bring Sadar Bazaar to the home of millions of people through Sadar24.com where shopping could be completed within minutes and product will be delivered to your doorstep.”
– Sadar24.com

The move online shows how gradually more businesses and in-person shopping events are making their way online which will provide additional business opportunities for sellers from across the world. Because of the unfortunate global level of the pandemic, we are seeing a real push for global ecommerce.

“We have developed this platform with a vision that takes the hand of the traditional trading and joins it with the modern-day e-commerce, a place where the Traders up-skill themselves and on the consumer front, they enjoy the benefit of the old-world charm of these traditional markets with the convenience of today’s online shopping experience.”
– Nitin Goel, Founder, Masonic Ecom

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