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Fabmall.com joins hands with Malayala Manorama to launch shopping site

03-November-2006
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Fabmall.com joins hands with Malayala Manorama to launch shopping site

In a bid to make shopping an exciting experience and accessible from across the globe, Fabmall.com, a leader in India’s ecommerce industry, has partnered with Malayala Manorama to launch their new online venture, www.manoramaemart.com.

The site will offer a wide range of merchandise – from a special collection of Raja Ravi Varma art prints to an exhaustive collection of books, movies, apparels, gadgets, gizmos, etc.

Vaitheeswaran, COO of Fabmall.com, said, “The new website is part of our larger plan to bring in ‘focused’ shopping experience for consumers around the world. As India’s leader in the e-commerce space, Fabmall.com has the largest and most varied quality product offering across segments. We are proud to partner with Malayala Manorama to bring shopping closer to the customer’s doorstep.”

Mariam Mathew, COO of Manorama Online, part of the Malayala Manorama Group, said, “Manoramaemart.com will be the one-stop shop for Keralites all over the world. With this site, Manorama Online aims to give its users the convenience of shopping and gifting to their near and dear ones anywhere in the world.”

It may be recalled that Fabmall.com had pioneered online shopping in India in 1999 and is today seen as the clear leader in the Indian e-commerce industry with over 3.5 million items on sale and over a million customers worldwide.

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