Dilli Bazaar to help traders sell products & services online

Dilli Bazaar to help traders sell products & services online

02 March 2022, Mumbai:

Launched by chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, the new e-commerce platform Dilli Bazaar by the Delhi Government will be a virtual store for traders, shop owners and services.

It will help them sell their products and services online across the globe. The industries department recently invited agencies to partner in designing, developing, operating and maintaining Dilli Bazaar, including both the portal and offline services.

It tasked the Dialogue and Development Commission (DDC) of Delhi with assisting the department in carrying out a benchmarking exercise and preparing a strategic roadmap. The e-commerce platform will promote local business by providing them access to larger markets, says Jasmine Shah, Vice Chairperson, DDC.


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The commission has concluded a three-month consultation exercise with various market associations, existing e-commerce platforms, logistics providers etc as well as national and international benchmarking to create a unique roadmap for Dilli Bazaar, she adds.

The first phase of the project will focus on onboarding sellers of products, while the second phase will see service providers getting enabled on the platform. Every seller will have his own virtual 24x7 store front to showcase their products through detailed catalogues.

Customers will be able to search by products, markets, sellers and geographical area. Virtual market tours will be introduced, giving a feel of market streets and shops and easing the journey for their purchase.


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