In its press release, the company said it wants to support the garment community and the arts, and this initiative is in line with its mission to help tailors and artisans promote “Made in India” products and doing business.
JioMart announced on March 16 the launch of a craft fair and exhibition – “Craft Mela”. A three-day art and textile festival is scheduled for March 17-19 at JioMart. In its press release, the company said it wants to support the textile community and the arts, and this initiative is in line with its mission to help tailors and artisans promote “Made in India” and those who – trade.
Reliance Retail also said that more than 10,000 weavers and artisans from 22 Indian states and union territories will benefit from JioMart’s ‘Craft Mela’, adding that more than 600 sales and professionals are already on the site. He further said that customers get more than 85,000 products from 600 vendors and artisans, showcasing the best of Bharat.
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Sandeep Varaganti, CEO of JioMart, said that the company supports Indian artisans and tailors in expanding their business, safeguarding the hands of Indians and boosting the rural economy. through e-commerce. We want to help them grow their businesses, preserve Indian art and boost the local economy. Such plans allow sellers to list and sell their products online to a variety of customers. This encourages artisans to start doing business online.
With Craft Mela, we want to make authentic crafts from the country quick and easy to reach our customers at the click of a button. We aim to stimulate the growth of emerging regional art forms that will benefit both artisans and consumers, as we expand our retail locations and product range.
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