Kashmir’s homegrown online marketplace ‘Jhelum Cart’ launches app

Srinagar: A local marketplace, e-commerce website, Jhelum Cart launched their application here at Aksa Mall on Sunday. The website claims to provide a foolproof e-commerce platform, safe and enjoyable for both buyers and sellers with themes to achieve efficiency, user-friendliness and empowerment.

The application is owned by a trio of friends, Ahmed Nabeel, Naveed Qadir Wani and Arif Ahmed Najar.

Co-founder of the website, Ahmed Nabeel said, “we tend to complain a lot about the lack of opportunities; however we do not take necessary steps to create ones for ourselves and our fellow people in Kashmir, so we took a leap in the area where we found a lot of scope of doing work.”

While explaining the working of the application, Nabeel added that the interface of the application is very user-friendly which was designed while keeping in view the ease of buyers and sellers.

It has kept the internet restraints in consideration for persistent working in Kashmir, “since e-commerce hasn’t thrived much in the Valley because of the internet restrictions, we have made the application 2G compatible. We have designed our application on sellers model while giving two separate applications for buyers and for sellers,” he added.

Jhelum Cart’s dedicated seller application provides sellers an ease of managing their inventory and a secure platform for an improved engagement with customers, with features like bargaining and same day delivery.

The launch was attended by local entrepreneurs, journalists and young business enthusiasts.


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