Cre8comm, India’s first online community driven marketplace launches their services for consumers across the country. It is a marketplace where one can find the most authentic and indigenous products from the varied and diverse communities of India. It is one of the most advanced, convenient, hygienic, and easily available marketplaces in the country. It provides every community with almost every product, apparel, fresh and cooked foods from their hometown irrespective of where you live.
The company will begin delivering authentic community products and services which are usually difficult to find. From authentic fresh foods, such as meats and fish, and ready-made meals, apparel, items for ‘puja samagri’ for any occasion, such as a marriage or a griha pravesh. They also have many more products which are available in a certain state and community, and nowhere else in the world. At a click of a button, your authentic, freshly made, sumptuous Bengali mithai reaches you fresh and ready to eat.
The company aims to reduce cumbersome visits to the local market especially while searching for authentic products in a different city. Sometimes, that, which is rarely found in any other part of the country, leaving you with one option, call a relative, and has it couriered. Now with Cre8comm’s latest online services, your most loved Bengali mithai, fresh from the store, sweet, delicious and sumptuous is now immediately available to satisfy your sweet cravings.
Delighted to bring an authentic experience to India, Promita Sengupta , Director, Cre8comm shares, ’This project is very close to our hearts and it gives me immense pleasure to be introducing this revolutionary service to the communities of India with a plethora of indigenous products. We are focusing on few communities to begin with. Soon we will be covering the rest of India. As demand grows, to make authentic, community products easily available and accessible for the Indians who are living in all corners of India, Cre8comm aims to provide solutions to many of these problems “.
“Initial focus will be the Bengali community followed by Oriya, Malayali and Bihari and more will be added in the future”, she further added.