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rt @bhumika14k: shifted back to delhi and i realised the power of internet economy. from @dunzoit getting me water to viper, @FURLENCO sett…
rt @suchitasalwan: happy monday 🎉 https://t.co/ulerlkn0nd
rt @thehardcopyco: how do you create a challenger brand? by not copying the big ones.
that’s the approach @twitellectual took to build @w…
what marketplace excites you?
@sandeepagg droom 🚗
@sidtalwar ones that sell niche products such as @stockx and… https://t.co/qxyvvq9hsc
why not build it like @carvana & @vroomcars in the us which offers an inventory and offline led model as well?
Why did you choose to build Droom as a managed marketplace?
🚗Huge Market: Automobiles sector as a % of GDP in Indi… https://t.co/fdoUcnDNXo
🟢Looking at different categories to build a marketplace that can give better traceability and transparency is impor… https://t.co/Ph7SrdBuhh
What new businesses do you think require a marketplace today?
🟢In order to identify a business that would need a m… https://t.co/I1zJkHws79
🟠E-commerce is still very new in India as previously, it was 0.1% of total retail, and now its 3% of total retail.… https://t.co/SC7T4KzAyZ
Has building marketplaces changed in India changed?
🔵India is a low trust market; hence, it will never be easy fo… https://t.co/uu87eT2eZz
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