New Delhi–To offer impetus to Indian gem and jewellery sellers on the worldwide e-marketplace and discover potential enterprise collaborations for sectoral progress, the Gem and Jewelry Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) and eBay-owned ES On-line Companies entered into an settlement on Thursday.
The collaboration is a step in direction of facilitating gem and jewelry exports by way of e-commerce platform and drive the imaginative and prescient of Digital India, says Colin Shah, Chairman, GJEPC.
“The platform will allow Indian jewellers to have quick access to worldwide consumers. Through the pandemic, the trade demonstrated a eager willingness to adapt to new enterprise realities. Demand for gems and jewelry is choosing up in all main export markets, therefore it is necessary for us to faucet all necessary on-line alternatives. I imagine this affiliation with eBay can be a key catalyst for the digital transformation of the gems and jewelry sector in India,” provides Colin Shah.
As a primary step, eBay says it can create a micro web site for GJEPC members promoting in eBay web site for higher accessibility. It should help members on registration course of on eBay Market. GJEPC can be organising an eCommerce Promotion and Facilitation Desk in any respect its six regional places of work.
For GJEPC members, eBay says it can provide its fundamental retailer subscription (value US$ 27.95 per thirty days) for free of charge for 3 months. GJEPC and eBay will even work collectively with the federal government on regulatory, coverage and procedural features for facilitating retail exports of Gem and Jewelry from India.
Vidmay Naini, Nation Supervisor, eBay India-CBT, says: “We’re satisfied that Indian Gems and Jewelry sellers are properly poised to scale their enterprise and presence throughout the eBay market globally. The MoU is a step ahead in enabling them on this endeavour. Along with GJEPC we’ll educate, assist and scale these sellers on the eBay market.” (IANS)
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