Traveling Delhi, then you can’t miss the iconic Chandni Chowk market built-in 17th century by the great Muslim Emperor of India, Shah Jahan and designed by his daughter Jahan Ara, it’s one of India’s largest whole sale markets. In this digital era you travel less for shopping, can get anything at a click away. Google India through its initiative ‘India Get Your Business Online‘ has brought one of biggest wholesale markets, Chandni Chowk market online (www.chandnichowknowonline.in).
Google India partnered with HostGator to bring 2500 businesses from Chandni Chowk market online. Kapil Sibal, Union Minister of IT & Communication launched the initiative along with Rajan Anandan, VP & Managing Director, Sales & Operations, Google India. This businesses from Chandni Chowk have free websites made under the ‘India Get Your Business Online’ campaign and chandnichowknowonline.in provides a online directory of this website. You can find businesses under different categories such as Food products, Home Appliances, Hardware, Apparel & Clothing, Agricultural products etc.
“We partnered with HostGator to talk to individual business owners of almost every outlet in Chandni Chowk about the increased exposure the Internet would bring to their businesses. Today 2500 businesses from Chandni Chowk have free websites made under the ‘India Get Your Business Online’ campaign and all of them are listed on www.chandnichowknowonline.in!” said Madhukar Srivastava, Product Marketing Manager, Google India in official Google India blog.
Google with partner HostGator, a year ago started the India Get Your Business Online‘ campaign asking Indian individuals and small and medium business (SMBs) to get their businesses online. The initiative is delivering big success so far, with over 150,000 websites already created by small and medium businesses across 7,850 cities in India in the last 13 months.
According to Google India stats there are 137 million Indian users on the Internet and has over 47 million small medium businesses, but only a handful of them has an online presence. Google is trying to create 500,000 websites and give small and medium businesses in India a new identity on the web and help them to make the most of the Internet economy. If you are small entrepreneur then visit www.indiagetonline.in to bring your business to the online world.