Here’s The Story Of A Start-up That Aims To Connect Villages To Global Marketplace!
The modern day life of any city-living lad is just as easy as a click. A click can get us food, also the same can get us a ride to any corner of the world and the unlimited shopping we do online is a never-ending story. But, do everyone in this country have the same facility? We all know the answer for that question.
Rural areas and remote villages are often ignored when it comes to any form of digitalization and are left in the dark. In order to change this trend and provide better standard of living, one startup has come up with a unique idea which might just be the next big thing.
“Linq.store” is aiming to bring the Global marketplace and their services to every nook and corner of the country through their offline stores. It provides Online Retail, Travel, Pharmacy, banking and various other digital services under one single offline store. The people in villages can just walk into their offline store and utilize the online services.
Also, most of their services are offered free of cost to the customers and store keepers help them make right decisions about the right purchase. With companies like Amazon, Netmeds, Rubique, Gati, Hitachi payment services, they aim to provide their services to people across the length and breadth of India. With these stores, the company is focused on building micro-entrepreneurs in these areas.
They surely are taking the digital services to the most untapped areas and helping them to take the advantages of the internet and bring them on par with the urban areas.
Check out their Facebook Page to get an idea of what they have been doing so far.
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