Why JioMart, Amazon, Flipkart are wooing kiranas

Leading ecommerce companies in India have made big moves to partner with the ubiquitous offline kirana stores as both seek to acquire and retain customers.

12th May 2020
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Why JioMart, Amazon, Flipkart are wooing kiranas

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Leading ecommerce companies in India have made big moves to partner with the ubiquitous offline kirana stores as both seek to acquire and retain customers.



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