targets $20 billion sales

Indian B2B eCommerce startup has added 32 suppliers from China to its portfolio, giving 50 brands direct access to its Indian business customers.

And the company says it aims to become a US$20 billion turnover business within the next three years.

Its next priority is to add suppliers from the UK, UAE and Europe as it aims to supply 100,000 retailers in the first phase of its growth plan.

Among the 50 new Chinese suppliers are TCL, Toshiba and G’Five.

“This new venture will disrupt the long supply chain and will directly connect the retailers and suppliers between India and China for better pricing,” said Yasharth Verma, executive director of Bizpluss.

“Today with 100 per cent production, the demand is only for 50-60 per cent compared to 120 per cent before. Suppliers from electronics, electrical home appliances and home furnishing are the top categories from China region. Next, we will get children products and garments from European countries,” he said.

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