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Web18 launches online shopping portal Storeguru.com

06-February-2008
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Web18 launches online shopping portal Storeguru.com

Web18 has launched Storeguru.com, an e-commerce site providing electronic retailing solutions. The company’s decision has come from factors such as drastic increase in shoppers, crowded parking spaces, long queues, and tedious bargaining, keeping pace with the growing customised needs of people and online shoppers.

Storeguru.com is a platform providing products and leading brands across categories at competitive prices. Some of the brands listed with the portal are – D'damas, Espon, Espirit, Godrej, HTC, IFB, i-Mate, Motorola, Nikon, Nokia, and Onida, among many others.

Arindam Nag, Head, e-Commerce, Storeguru.com, said, “The Internet user base in the country is growing and applications like Web 2.0 are attracting people to use the technology for all their needs. With the launch of Storeguru.com, we are confident that consumers will have a world-class shopping experience while sitting at home at the click of the mouse.”

Nag further said, “In a unique effort to bring maximum authenticities to the product and reassure the customers of the quality, the site has developed a ‘Brand Warranty’ programme, where the brands warranty the products and the same are indicated on the site for customer convenience. Customers are provided with both brand and product guarantee. Moreover, to complete the entire shopping experience, Storeguru.com ensures that shoppers receive the product bought in a short span of 10 days, dependent on the product category.”

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