NoBroker launches grocery store in 4 cities to supply daily essentials
By Retail4Growth Team | April 13, 2020
The service has so far been launched in Bangalore, Pune, Chennai and Hyderabad and will soon be available in Delhi-NCR and Mumbai as well.
Online real-estate rental startup NoBroker launched grocery services on its integrated visitor and community management app NoBrokerHood to enable society residents to order groceries and daily essentials on the app and have them delivered at doorstep.
It is a community-level initiative and the service would provide last-mile delivery to society residents as most kirana stores are not doing door to door deliveries due to lack of delivery fleet. One single consignment for the entire apartment optimizes deliveries.
Akhil Gupta, Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of NoBroker.com said, “As the country is fighting the spread of the pandemic, we are glad to offer a service that would be of utmost use to our customers in the current crisis. We endeavor to ensure that our consumers do not have to struggle for essentials such as groceries and vegetables.”
“Through an online click on NoBrokerHood app, they can avail daily necessities from the comfort of their homes. NoBrokerHood was launched with the aim to make society living a hassle-free and comfortable experience. We have innovated this solution in record time and hope to solve a key problem that most residents are facing due to lockdown,” he added.
“The store was launched in one day and NoBroker’s tech team managed to build it overnight”, he further mentioned. The service has so far been launched in Bangalore, Pune, Chennai and Hyderabad and will soon be available in Delhi-NCR and Mumbai as well.