Posts Tagged ‘ BuildABazaar ’
Monday, May 30, 2016
E-commerce firm Infibeam Incorporation Ltd said on Monday it will invest up to Rs 45 crore ($6.7 million) in the company that operates the payment gateway CCAvenue. Infibeam’s wholly owned subsidiary NSI Infinium Global Pvt. Ltd has signed a term sheet with Avenues (India) Pvt Ltd for the investme...
Infibeam Incorporation Ltd, the parent of horizontal e-commerce platform Infibeam and e-commerce enabler BuildaBazaar, is eyeing a valuation of as much as Rs 2,289 crore ($340 million) in the first public issue of an e-commerce firm in the country. The company has pegged a price band of Rs 360-43...
15 March, 2016 |
Hybrid e-commerce platform Infibeam is taking its cloud platform BuildaBazaar , which enables retailers and entrepreneurs interested in e-commerce to add an online channel, overseas and has already signed a few clients in the Middle East, according to a report in Business Standard, quoting a company...
7 November, 2013 |
Mumbai-based Avenues India Pvt Ltd, which runs payment gateway CCAvenue, has formed a joint venture (JV) with Ahmedabad-based NSI Infinium Global Pvt Ltd that runs BuildaBazaar.com, to launch online marketplace for Indian merchants Dhamaal.com. According to its website, Dhamaal.com is a place where ...
1 August, 2013 |
Delhi-Based startup BigFoot Retail Solutions Pvt Ltd, which owns and operates KartRocket.com, a do-it-yourself (DIY) e-commerce platform for Indian small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and retailers, has raised an undisclosed amount in seed funding from 5ideas Startup Superfuel and 500 Startups. 5ide...
23 July, 2013 |
Ahmedabad-based e-commerce firm Infibeam.com, which launched BuildaBazaar, a Cloud service for retailers and entrepreneurs interested in e-commerce, has just extended the platform to travel stores. Set up in May 2011, BuildaBazaar allows users to upload their product catalogues, add products from In...
2 July, 2012 |
The e-commerce sector has seen a lot of growth in the recent times in India. This has also led to e-com giants like Amazon deciding to enter the Indian marketplace. Indian companies have also benefited from the consumers’ acceptance of online shopping as a way of purchasing products and ser...
11 August, 2011 |