In India, newspapers are considered to be a commodity since they are read by almost 300 million people every day. An extensive number of business owners as well as other participants are dependent upon newspapers to earn a living. While the whole newspaper business is known to be a massive industry, a subscriber has to go through a couple of troubles in order to get a newspaper every day. They either have to knock the doors of their neighbors or wake-up at ungodly hours to catch the local hawker in the morning.
Considering this problem, a company named Newspaperkart has hit the market recently. This company not only offers the delivery of new newspapers to their clients but also adds a value by providing old newspapers pickup service as well. As everyone is aware, it is pretty inconvenient to deal with old newspapers on a regular basis as they keep on piling up every day and are nothing better than just a stack of scrap.
The Company has received around 700 + Orders in the last 2 months and are expanding at good pace. “ We have received more than our projected response in the beginning phase of our Company with orders coming from all over the country pushing us to scale it up pan India as soon as possible.” Says Aviraj Chatterjee, Co-Founder at Newspaperkart . The company has direct contacts with the Newspaper Companies ensuring proper execution of orders. So the customers don’t have to deal with the hassle of tracking down a local hawker on their own, the company will connect you to the hawker.
Newspaper Kart’s have started off with a wide range of dailies , vernacular and financial newspapers .These include Business Standard, Hindustan, Hindustan Times, Vir Arjun, The Statesman, The Pioneer, The New Indian Express, The Hindu, The Financial Express, Mint, Millennium Post, Loksatta, Hari Bhoomi, Gurgaon Today, DNA, Dainik Jagran, Dainik Bhaskar, Business Line, Amar Ujala and other similar newspapers. All a subscriber needs to do is to get to their website at newspaperkart.com and sign up for the services they want to avail. The company allows their clients to sign up for newspaper delivery services, scrap pickup services or both of these according to their own preferences. Once a user signs up for one or both of the services, the company takes a few days to process the request and then starts delivering the newspapers on a daily basis and/or picking up the old newspaper scrap on a monthly basis.
Newspaper Kart is based in Gurgaon, Delhi. Since the company has recently hit the market, their services are limited to Delhi NCR right now but they plan on launching their services in other parts of the country in the coming days.
Name: Converger Solutions Pvt Ltd
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