The pressure of coping up with the excessive competition in a startup market is tough for an upcoming business. The entrepreneurs need to have a clear and pin point vision and a workable strategy to reach the desired goals. With these ideologies in mind, startup Grofers has been able to reach a reputed level in the Indian subcontinent.
Their climb to the present position, however, was an uphill task. Battling the chaos of startup Grofers while it is in its maiden flight is a challenging task. However, founders Albinder Dhindsa and Saurabh Kumar, with a great code of work ethics have been able to lead the company to where it is now.
Startup Gofers is majorly an app that helps consumers connect to local merchants to make purchase of everyday goods. Consumers can purchase almost anything that one requires in the daily life, from groceries to personal care and from pet products to electronic goods. It also provides flexibility in the payment process. Consumers can make payment through cards or e-wallets, or if they want they can also avail the cash-on-delivery option. Once the purchase is made, startup Grofers ensure that goods are delivered at your doorstep.
The startup Grofers initially launched in 2013 as a B2B company linking consumers to local merchants. However, over the couple of years it has turned to a B2C firm with links with the local merchants. It now has its own delivery fleet that delivers the products that customers orders.
The company has witnessed a sharp growth within the past year. Its team strength has gone up to 3300 employees from a 180 last December.
For the employees, the long hours of work has never been really a pullback factor. The vision that the founders share and the motivation that they provide are enough to make the team deliver outstanding work.
The startup Grofers has already established offices in the major cities of India like Ahmedabad, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad to name a few with its headquarters located in Gurgoan.