India’s Expo Bazaar Launches B2B Marketplace in USA

Expo Bazaar, a subsidiary of India Expo Mart, is set to launch in the United States following its Wednesday (March 30) debut at the IHGF fair in Delhi, India Education Diary reported.

According to a company press release, the B2B Marketplace offers select products to independent retailers, “for the first time, giving these specialty stores and designers access to the wealth of craft, gift and home decor products in the world. ‘interior available in India’.

Developed by veterans of the gift and homeware industries in the United States and India, the marketplace will provide access to tens of thousands of products from hundreds of resources on its website, the statement said. .

“Until now, specialty operations had no way to import these products on the smaller scale and economic basis they needed for their stores and businesses,” the company said in the statement.

Expo Bazaar said in the statement that it had made a significant investment in product development for its US launch to give the eMarketplace unique access of “unprecedented scale” to Indian sellers and consumers. American commercial buyers.

“We are opening the doors to India’s magnificent diversity and creating a curated collection of quintessentially Indian products,” Arun Agarwal, co-founder of Expo Bazaar and CEO of Expo Bazaar USA, said in the release. “We are also opening another door to welcome businesses from across America to give them access to the diversity of Indian products and heritage.”

Agarwal added that the company is dedicated to creating a “social, cultural and financial impact on the lives of artisans and small Indian manufacturers and suppliers”, while also ensuring that independent retailers in the United States do not lose out. sales because they are out of stock.

The launch of Expo Bazaar took place on the same day that Indian e-commerce marketplace builder YoKart unveiled YoKart B2B, a new B2B marketplace software tool.

Read more: India’s YoKart launches B2B e-commerce platform



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