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Jeevansathi.com inaugurates first retail outlet in Delhi

31-May-2008
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Jeevansathi.com inaugurates first retail outlet in Delhi

In a bid to extend its online matchmaking service offline, Jeevansathi.com recently inaugurated its first retail outlet, Jeevansathi.com Match Point, in Delhi’s Malviya Nagar area. In the next few weeks, Jeevansathi.com Match Points would be opened in other areas of Delhi like Lajpat Nagar and Kamla Nagar.

Vivek Khare, Business Head, Jeevansathi.com, explained, “Jeevansathi.com Match Point, our retail initiative, is an extension of our online matchmaking service. A lot of Indians are unable to use the Internet services, either due to inaccessibility or limitation of computer knowledge. Jeevansathi.com Match Point will take the ease of Internet matrimony search beyond the existing users. Our first outlet in Delhi at Malviya Nagar is all geared up to provide our users with matchmaking services.”

Swapnil Tripathi, VP-Operations & Consumer Services, Info Edge (India) Ltd, said, “Jeevansathi.com is a leader in matrimony in the Hindi speaking belt and Delhi is a primary market for us. Our database is well populated with users from these Northern states and equips us to provide our users with valuable matchmaking services.”

Jeevansathi.com is focusing on setting up Match Points in North and West India. In the next six months, 25-30 Jeevansathi.com Match Points have been planned across India.

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