Just Buy Live to partner with international brands to cement its position in India
Currently, the brand sells over 500,000 products from 2500 brands, including competing brands across categories like food, beverages, personal care, mobile and electronics.BY Indian Retailer Bureau | Sep 22, 2016 | comments ( 0 ) |
Just Buy Live will partner with international brands to offer myriad services including legal, import and clearance, licensing, warehousing, distribution, marketing, after sale service solutions, act as their brand advisor and effectively function as their branch office.
Speaking on the development, Sahil Sani, Chairman and CEO, Just Buy Live said, “Just Buy Live has played a pivotal role in enabling international brands establish their presence in India and connect directly with the Indian retailer community. Within a short span of time, company has become a preferred distributor for international brands, steadily transforming the unorganized retail industry by increasing availability of various popular international brands at retail outlets and overall access to end customers.”
Commenting on partnering with Just Buy Live, Raj Sablok, Director, Raj Impex, Distribution licensee of Huy Fong Foods USA, maker of Sriracha said, "Popularly known as Rooster Sauce because of its mascot, Sriracha is a world renowned sauce brand and has always been craved for in India. Our partnership with Just Buy Live will now allow Indian consumers to easily purchase and experience this globally-loved condiment.”
Just Buy Live has received a phenomenal response from the retailer community as well as brands selling over 500,000 products from 2500 brands, including competing brands across categories like food, beverages, personal care, mobile and electronics. The platform is currently catering to over 60,000 retailers.
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