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Gadget Bucket Celebrates its 4th Anniversary


Samir Kazi

Gadget Bucket, an online megamart, celebrated its fouth year anniversary on 5th March.

Gadget Bucket was launched in 2011 with initial plan on dealing in Gadgets and making products available to the customer at the best price and quick and easy service. Four years down the line, is one of India’s premier online shopping portals offering a host of products from a range of categories including computer accessories, mobile accessories, kitchen appliances, home décor and many more.

With strategic tie-ups with online partners like eBay, Flipkart, Snapdeal, Shopclues and Amazon, ensures high traffic and sales of its inventory that is monitored on a real-time basis accounting for price fluctuations and error corrections. Any redundancy in inventory is obscured with a marketplace model that ensures lower carrying and warehousing costs.

Gadget Bucket has footprints across the country and a sourcing office in Shenzhan (China)  also started selling online in UAE venturing with (e-commerce Market Leader in Middle East), and has built and set-up a highly motivated team of individuals who power the nerve centres of this venture with their lightning speed and proclivity to perfection.

Speaking on the occasion,Samir Kazi, MD and founder, Gadget Bucket LLP, said, “No dreams, however big, is unattainable… And gadgetbucket is a testimony of same belief. From being a 2 member start up to being one of the fastest growing players in E-commerce sector today, gadgetbucket has grown immensely in the past year,I firmly believe our services and quality product will make us stand strong, because consumer needs value for money and we will keep the words.”

With more than 1.5 lakh customers , delivering to more than 3000 locations across India,this fast growing company has witnessed a whooping evenue of Rs.8 crore this yearand with this gadget bucket has surely has hit the top gear when it comes to ecommerce industry.

In addition, the company also aims to expand its portfolio and planning to have more fulfilment centres in India cities like Hyderabad, Kolkata, Banglore and Chennai, to embrace around five lakh products in its near futue.