Gharobaar goes online

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Gharobaar goes online

E-commerce platform with 5,000 homemade products

Gharobaar connects home businesses with prospective buyers

NEW DELHI, Feb 28 (The CONNECT) –Gharobaar, an exclusive e-marketplace for small homegrown brands and home-based businesses, has been launched. The e-commerce platform, with brand tagline Ghar Se Ghar Tak, aspires to connect small and unknown home-businesses with prospective buyers online and to further contribute and support the growing ‘Make In India’ economy.

At present, the website has more than 5,000 products listed under 8 main categories – Fashion, Grocery, Home, Personal Care & Lifestyle, Kids Corner, Arts & Stationery, and Gifts & Festivities.

Sakshi Aggarwal, Founder, Gharobaar said, “The pandemic gave a huge opportunity to a lot of people to start a business from home like cooking, knitting, painting etc. But they could only sell through word of mouth or social media. Most did not have the bandwidth to market themselves and promote their brand at a larger scale. The idea behind setting up Gharobaar is to provide a trusted platform to these sellers to sell and market their products, and earn a respectable living. Giving recognition to the products that are culturally rich, environment friendly or unique from the mainstream market, forms the foundation of Gharobaar.’

Gharobaar Co-Founder, Aditya Gupta said, ‘We were fortunate to have had the opportunity of speaking with a lot of homepreneurs and get insights on their interesting journeys and the challenges faced. Absence of a single platform for such handcrafted products also struck us. We saw a clear opportunity to make a positive social impact that finally led to Gharobaar.’

The USP of Gharobaar is that every product is handmade and locally produced by a home-run and home-grown business. The sellers get to sell products at their preferred rates and preferred mode of working and with their own identity, making it a unique social marketplace for small businesses.

The platform is currently dominated by female-led businesses from Tier 1 and 2 cities reflecting on the strong women entrepreneurship potential that our country holds. The products listed on Gharobaar are varied with something to suit every requirement.

Gharobaar is a bootstrapped startup, looking for angel and institutional investors to further expand its products and services. The startup also plans to expand its services and partner with home cooks from across states, tarot readers, home tutors, music teachers, astrologers and more over the next few months.

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