Meesho sees 750% growth in users during festival sale
Business Standard|October 15, 2021
Our focus on providing quality products at the lowest price for customers, coupled with ease of doing business for sellers, is adding momentum to our mission of democratising internet commerce in India E VIDIT AATREY, Founder and chief executive, Meesho
PEERZADA ABRAR

Meesho, India's fastest-growing internet commerce platform, recorded 750 per cent growth in users over the last year during Maha Indian Shopping League, its flagship festive sale event.

Nearly 60 per cent of the total demand was driven by tier-4+ markets, including faraway locations like Khawzawl in Mizoram and Sopore in Jammu and Kashmir.

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