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Font Size   16 completes one year, launches Gujarati version, the financial website by DB Digital, Dainik Bhaskar Group’s digital arm, has completed one year in the industry. Celebrating this landmark and the first anniversary, has also been launched in Gujarati.

The website was launched last year with the theme ‘Fayde Ki Soch’ and a core target audience of Small and Medium Enterprises. Since its inception, has been offering content on commodity trading, personal finance, investment, trading, markets, expert opinion and analysis and much more. It serves as a platform for stock and commodity investors, working professionals, entrepreneurs and retailers. is now also available in Gujarati, to cater to the large share of Gujarati speaking genre. It will be more localised and focused on the Gujarati business community and industries.

Commenting on the first anniversary and success of, Gyan Gupta, CEO, DB Digital said, “We are overwhelmed with the immense response, we received from our users; we thank them for making a success. This unprecedented success is a testimony to our strong reader connect and reflects that our brand philosophy ‘Fayde Ki Soch’ has been well-accepted by our target market. It has been a roller coaster ride. One year ago, the journey we began with intent to become the on-stop hub for all financial and business news, is now a reality. In a span of just one year we have become the 2nd largest financial website in the country. We are committed to constantly evolve with our readers and set new benchmarks in the years to come.”

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