The e-commerce sector has witnessed immense growth in the recent years with an explosion of offerings to the customers. Becoming a booming industry all over the world, e-commerce sites have come up with various products that suit the needs and demands of the consumers.
Keeping up with the pace, Buildzar.com, India’s first e-commerce market place for construction materials is set to offer home owners, builders, architects and designers a complete range of construction materials such as cement, steel, sand, bathroom fittings, electricals, tiles and others.
Buildzar.com is the single largest online platform for home owners, builders, architects and designers to make the home building experience immensely smooth and hassle-free. The company offers the largest selection of construction materials in the e-commerce space in India.
Founded by Vineet Singh and Swapnil Tripathi, Buildzar.com is currently operational in Delhi and NCR with more than 100 clients. The company plans to expand in 12 to 15 metro and tier-2 cities over the span of three years.
Vineet Singh, Co-founder, CEO and MD, Buildzar.com, has an experience of more than 16 years in the consumer internet industry. Prior to Buildzar, Singh worked as an EVP and Business Head in Info Edge including Naukri.com, 99acres.com, JeevanSaathi.com and NaukriGulf.com.
Buildzar.com offers its customers an exhaustive catalogue, with categories ranging from structure (cement, steel etc.) to finishing (bathroom, kitchen, flooring, paint etc.). In less than a month of going live, the platform has acquired over 65 unique customers and over 200+ sellers.
With more than 250 customers, Buildzar will soon launch its turnkey solutions that will offer services such as building home, bathroom remodeling, renovation, kitchen remodeling and others.
With brands such as ACC, Ultratech, Aerocon, Astral, Monnet Steel, Arcelor, J K Lakshmi, Biltech, Havells, Asian Paints, Dulux, Jaquar, Grohe and more, Buildzar is set to expand their market to more customers, best suppliers and suitable business partners across the globe. (ANI)