Daraz launches ‘Seller Sahayatri’ to help business owners amidst crisis

In order to help small and medium enterprises move their businesses online, Daraz has launched its new Seller Sahayatri Program. With a hefty 55 Lakh Rupees set apart to help get this campaign off the ground, this program aims to help new sellers set up their online shops in Daraz, and to provide a wider range of products for the crisis-struck public to choose from.

Seller Sahayatri:

Under this program, Daraz will help new sellers to not only set up shop on their platform but also provide them with dedicated one-on-one support and access to free business consultation. Daraz has also promised a zero marketplace fee for sellers during this quarantine. This is sure to motivate business owners to move their products online, and will also help them out of the crisis that they have had to face during this lockdown.

With millions of customers, Daraz is a pretty well-established name, when it comes to Nepali e-commerce. And it’s no joking matter of how much of a widespread audience business owners can easily capture using this platform. If you’re looking to join Daraz as a seller, you can sign up here: https://bit.ly/Sell_on_Daraz

To sign up as a seller, users have to sign up for the Daraz Seller Centre on the Daraz website. After signing up as a seller, you can post pictures and details of your products on your seller profile to sell them online.

Daraz ‘University‘:

If you’re feeling lost in this vast interweb, don’t worry. Daraz University provides lots of resources about selling online with first-hand information about shop management and seller tools. With a clean looking webpage to choose topics from, Daraz University is sure to help you a ton in your journey as an e-commerce magnate.

To learn from Daraz University, click here: https://bit.ly/DarazSellerUniversity

Nationwide, most of the businesses have suffered the effects of lockdown. Business owners frantic to move their transactions elsewhere. Likewise, a growing mass of customers has been looking eagerly toward new mediums of buying goods. So naturally, e-commerce has seen a boom recently in Nepal.

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Rojan Rajbhandari
I'm a tech writer, blogger and overall easygoing person based off Kathmandu. When I'm not blogging, you can catch me chilling out to music or hitting helpless punching bags till my hands feel sore.


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