YesCart | A New Online Shopping Platform in Nepal
The number of people with smartphones and internet access is increasing in the country. This increasing speed has skyrocketed during Covid Lockdown. This opportunity is huge for online businesses. Striking in this perfect time, a new online shopping site has started in the country as YesCart.
YesCart has officially started its business on the 10th of September, 2021. This e-commerce platform is owned by IoT Incorporation Pvt. Ltd, a subsidiary of Sharda Group. Daraz and Sastodeal are already ruling the market, so YesCart might face some serious competition during the initial days.
According to the Head of YesCart, Saral Acharya, “YesCart claims to deliver genuine service and products, with prompt delivery not exceeding 48 hours inside Kathmandu Valley, as well as exclusive deals and discounts on the platform across different categories. It promises to provide an industry-standard experience to its users by shortening service times and making pre-sales and after-sales support available both online and offline. Also for a merchant backend system that is rich in features compared to others will be provided in future updates as well. Further expansion to cover all areas of Nepal is also in the plan of action.”
YesCart is focused mainly focused on Genuine products only. Most e-commerce in the country has been criticized for unbranded products. So, YesCart stands a chance to be different and will be delivering Genuine products only. To do this, the company has tied up with different authentic brands in the country. Till now, the company has tied up with 20 brands for mobile, gadgets, home appliances, and other products and will go on expanding it.
For the payment options, it has Khalti, eSewa, as well as cash on delivery option and, will soon partner with the bank for more payment options. YesCart already has a Website, Android App and the iOS app will be arriving soon.