CAREER WITH US
Working at www.freeproductdelivery.co.in means becoming part of one of the fastest growing e-commerce solutions company. We are always looking for talented youth, who want to help shape the future of our e-commerce website, and who believe in the power of collaboration with honesty. If you’re the kind of person who loves working as part of a team, has a reputation for getting the job, uses both sides of your brain, and thrives on executing game-changing ideas, we want to give this job to you.
We offer many opportunities for you.
SALES SPECIALIST : Job Description: Prior Experience and skills : - Deep understanding of and passion for e-commerce required
PRODUCT MANAGER : Job Description: Key Responsibilities are as follows – 1. Define product road map and underlying strategies for categories the products. 2. Familiarity with e-Commerce technologies including webstore integration methods to associated technologies
PROGRAM MANAGER : Job Description: Program Manager - Customer Service Projects
AM/ MANAGER - Social Media Marketing : Job Description: Key Responsibilities: - Generate & Execute out of the box ideas for Content & Social Media sites
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER : Job Description: Candidates Preferably from e-Commerce company would have an advantage
SALES REPRESENTATIVE for Ecommerce Company : Job Description : Experienced Sales Executives, fresher, graduate
PHP LEAD/ ARCHITECT : Job Description : Web Development, Web Designing, PHP, MVC, MySQL, LAMP, Zend, CakePHP
AREA SALES MANAGER- Job Description: To create a rapid scale business growth, we- re looking for a eCommerce Business Development Manager
LOGISTICS MANAGER – Job Description : Freight Management, Warehouse, Logistics Management.
ASSISTANT MANAGER-online Sales for Ecommerce : Job Description : Interaction with the customers through voice call / online chat Support
E-COMMERCE SITE MERCHANDISER : Job Description : Analytics team to define a web analytics strategy, review and analyze site traffic, conversion, and revenue, through merchandising, cart analysis.
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E-COMMERCE POTENTIAL IN INDIA
Even prior to the new guidelines, India posed an undeniably intriguing opportunity. The nations "modern trade" (including mall-based stores, chain stores and brands) is increasing 15% to 20% each year (though countrywide, it enjoys a lower organized retail penetration of 8%), according to Price waterhouse Coopers.
Meanwhile, a study from the Internet and Mobile Association of India last year found there were 52 million new Internet users there in the first six months of 2015, bringing the countrys total user base to 352 million as of June. And of those, 213 million—more than 60%—accessed the web through their mobile devices.
E-commerce in India: state of play
The world seems to be watching on excitedly as India fast becomes a major e-commerce player. There is everything to play for in this industry, but many brands are in need of a little guidance. This article will explore what Indian e-commerce brands can do to seize this opportunity and establish themselves, or expand their online market share.
Full steam ahead for Indian e-commerce
Now is the time for India to shine online. Why?
Because India is the fastest growing country in e-commerce:
India’s online population is tipped to reach over 500 million people by the end of 2017, as reported by the Internet and Mobile Association of India.
The value of online sales in India is predicted to reach $48 billion by 2020, according to analytics firm Forrester.
The Brexit negotiations mean that politicians are currently negotiating a deal to offer new opportunities for Indian trade.
Flipkart reportedly buying eBay India operations
In what is a big news regarding India’s e-commerce market, Flipkart is said to be in advanced talks to acquire eBay’s Indian operations. The news comes days after Flipkart reportedly raised $1 billion in its latest round of funding. While details of the finances are not out yet, this is believed to be a cashless deal.
Since its launch in India back in 2004, eBay has not really set the Indian e-commerce space on fire. With the entry of companies like Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal, eBay has fallen behind the pack. It is even said to be placed below the likes of Shopclues and Paytm. According to filings with the Registrar of Companies, eBay reported losses of Rs 262 crore for the year ended March 2016 versus Rs 172 crore in the same year-ago period. Revenues soared to Rs 392 crore in 2015-16 from Rs 132 crore in the previous financial year. Recently, eBay India head Latif Nathani stepped down after a decade-long stint, and has been replaced by Vidmay Naini.
As a part of this deal, eBay’s India operations will be integrated into Flipkart, FactorDaily reports. BGR India has reached out to Flipkart. An eBay India spokesperson said, “eBay does not comment on market speculations.” We will update the story once we hear from Flipkart.
The report further claims that while Flipkart has raised $1 billion, the round of funding will remain open till a total of $2 billion is raised. What’s worth noting in this report is that eBay along with the likes of Microsoft and Tencent was a part of Flipkart’s latest round of funding. eBay at the same time has also been an investor in Snapdeal, and in the past has unsuccessfully tried to acquire the New Delhi-based online retailer. Interestingly, recent reports claimed that Snapdeal was in talks with Paytm and Flipkart for a potential sale. These reports, however, have since been categorically denied by Snapdeal.
Despite issues with valuation and the Indian e-commerce market having plateaued, there is no denying that investors are still confident about Flipkart. $1 billion is no small amount, and if reports are to be believed, the e-commerce company is aiming for another $1 billion. Since 2009, Flipkart has raised over $4 billion across 13 rounds of funding.
But at the same time, Flipkart’s valuation has gone down from over $15 billion to $10 billion during the latest round. During this time, the company has also seen major shake-ups in its organization structure. The likes of Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal have stepped down, while key executives too have left the company. Recently, Kalyan Krishnamurthy took up the reigns at Flipkart.