Flipkart Marketplace introduces new policies and capabilities to build a more inclusive e-commerce ecosystem


Bengaluru: Flipkart, India’s homegrown e-commerce marketplace, has announced its continued commitment to sellers with a slew of new marketplace policies and capabilities to enable greater ease of doing business online. The initiatives aim to provide sellers a smooth and convenient experience on its platform with a host of new capabilities, programs and benefits to nurture their growth.

These new features and capabilities focus on ease of doing online business for  MSMEs and supporting their sustainable growth. They include Easy Settlements, Simplified Rate Card,  Single Final Settlement Value for the sellers, Reduction in the Platform Fee, growth programs – Flipkart Ignite and Business Experts to hand-hold sellers; AI-led cataloging support and other policies to drive more profitably for them on the Flipkart platform.

Jagjeet Harode, Senior Director and Head – Marketplace, Flipkart, said, “Enabling the growth and success of our seller partners is a key priority for Flipkart. We are committed to finding technology-based solutions to address the needs and challenges of the seller ecosystem. We have introduced the second phase of the Flipkart EDGE initiative to ensure sustained growth and ease of doing business online. The future of business is digital, and the initiatives and innovations we have introduced will help our MSME and seller partners take important steps towards making their business more resilient, profitable, and future-ready.”

Divyesh Shah, Senior Director and Head of Marketplace Product and technology, Flipkart, said, “We have strategically underlined the solutions and developed capabilities that will make it easier for our seller partners to do business on our online marketplace. Our goal through these new developments is focused on reducing the cost of operations through tech-led interventions, assisting them across all touchpoints and supplementing their business needs. We believe this initiative will encourage even more sellers to adopt online marketplaces and experience the convenience associated with them.”

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