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Ecommerce portal Tradus.in undergoes a makeover

MIH (Naspers) and Tencent owned ecommerce portal Tradus.in has
undergone a revamp its website claiming that it has introduced features that
were untapped till date by any other Indian e-retailer. Tradus was launched in
September 2010 and has over 1 million users visiting the website each month.

MIH (Naspers) and Tencent owned ecommerce portal Tradus.in has
undergone a revamp its website claiming that it has introduced features that
were untapped till date by any other Indian e-retailer. Tradus was launched in
September 2010 and has over 1 million users visiting the website each month.

Krishna Motukuri, MD, ecommerce, Tradus.in, said, “The
ability to chat directly with sellers on a marketplace not only removes any
hesitation in the buyers’ minds, it also makes shopping much more fun and
social. Just the way it should be.”

In December 2011, Tradus.in has launched a daily deal
section and claims that allows customers to buy stuff online on discounts up to
70 per cent. In June 2010, Ibibo had launched an online book store
TradusBooks.in, as an extension of its online shopping and auction portal
Tradus.in.

Meanwhile, Naspers, Tradus.in’s sister concern
Ibibo.com has said that Ibibo Photos will be discontinued with effect from 30
April 2012. Ibibo also operates a portfolio of five internet businesses that
include GoIbibo.com (Travel); Tradus.in (Shopping Marketplace) ; Payu.in
(Payments) and Gaadi.com (Auto Classifieds).

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