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Chinese E-Commerce Firm Club Factory to Open its 1st Office in Gurugram; Targets 10K Local Sellers

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China-based e-commerce firm Club Factory on Monday announced expansion in India market under which it plans to onboard 10,000 sellers on its platform this year.

“Club Factory has announced a new scale-up strategy to make giant strides into the India market with plans to on-board over 10,000 sellers this year. Club Factory is going to open its sellers recruitment program from early August for pan-India sellers offering products in the lifestyle, fashion, accessories, gadgets & electronics and home categories,” the company said in a statement.

The program aims to help sellers avail marketing fee waiver and zero commission to achieve 20-30 per cent cost savings as compared to selling on other platforms, the statement said.


Club Factory also plans to open offices in Bengaluru and Mumbai after its first office in Gurugram to meet increased user demand and ensure seamless operation here.

The company claims that some sellers on its platform have recorded over 10,000 orders on a single day and it now aims to get at least 100 sellers to generate over 10,000 orders every day by duplicating the success experience.

The company has three warehouses in India to meet the demand for quick product delivery and has partnered some local top-tier logistics players for fulfilment and last-mile logistics space to provide a faster delivery.

“There are plans to open more warehouses in the near future. Club Factory also plans to make significant investments in warehousing, delivery, technology and marketing with an aim to become a leading marketplace for SME sellers in India,” the statement said. PTI PRS

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Suman Chaudhary
An engineer by education and writer by profession, Suman keeps tab on startup ecosystem of India and leads the research team of IndiaWeb2 for covering funding deals, merger & acquisition and market reports.

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