Business Collaborations

This area will bring together the buyers and sellers of products and services on a common platform. In the first phase we'll be covering Delhi and NCR, then moving on to cover the entire Nation and finally crossing the national boundries...

 

 

  • For global buyers, this site will be a user-friendly source of supplier identification,product sourcing and establishing business association. it would  serve varying needs of buyers including

  • finding manufacturers and supplier of desired products.

  • Locating manufacturer and supplier of desired products.

For global buyers, this site will be a user-friendly source of supplier identification, product sourcing and establishing business association. It would serve varying needs of buyers including:

Finding manufacturers and suppliers of desired products.

Locating manufacturers for customized product development/manufacturing.

Identifying new products for their market.

Seeking offers from sellers for your immediate/long-term buying requirements.

Establishing long-term association with companies for distribution, OEM supplies, contract manufacturing etc.

Selecting the right service provider for various business needs and outsourcing of service requirements.

For sellers, the site may offer the following benefits:

Finding global buyers for their products and services.

Test marketing of new products globally.

Setup a 24x7, 365 days online catalog.

Invite interested buyers to buy their products through trade leads.

Brand building & generating potential sales leads through top listings, search listings and advertisements.

 


We plan to enable this through:

 

FREE listing for companies in our Directory of Manufacturers & Suppliers

FREE access to Buy/Sell Trade Leads

Developing online catalogs, websites and advertisements

 

Featured Views

Edward Gibbon on Islam

(1737-1794) Considered the greatest British historian of his time.

       "More pure than the system of Zoroaster, more liberal than the law of Moses, the religion of Mahomet might seem less inconsistent with reason than the creed of mystery and superstition which, in the seventh century, disgraced the simplicity of the gospels."

[The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, vol. 5. p. 487]