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Times Financial Services provides NRIs a ‘Window2India’

10-November-2007
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Times Financial Services provides NRIs a ‘Window2India’

Times Financial Services has launched Window2India, an ecommerce and services portal for NRIs worldwide. Window2India is positioned to be a symbolic window into India. The website is currently in the beta stage.

Suresh Rangarajan, President, Times Financial Services, said, “Our mission is to provide a one-stop shop catering to NRIs worldwide. With the launch of the portal, sending gifts to India couldn’t get any simpler. Moreover, we have a complete spread of parental healthcare packages that NRI children can avail of. Window2India is about the experience of being close to home no matter how far.”

Window2India is envisioned to be a one-stop portal for overseas Indians, helping them reconnect and bond with their homeland. The service is a comprehensive web portal with NRI content, a facility for NRIs to send gifts to their loved ones in India and also shop online. Launched with an engaging viral, Window2India has seen a great response from customers and industry alike.

NRIs can make their choice from a plethora of gifting products from healthcare packages from renowned healthcare providers, gift vouchers from brands, photo gifts, flowers, jewellery, home and lifestyle, books, home appliances to name a few. While the photo gifting service provides NRIs the option of sending professional quality digital photos or photos printed on T-shirts, greeting cards and calendars.

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