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Now buy artwork from Indian Artists online

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Fortis Escorts is the country's new online social marketplace.


New Delhi. is a new online marketplace, which integrates social commerce features, to provide a powerful tool for Indian consumers to discover, organise and buy new products across multiple categories.

The recent launch includes wide range of products in ever expanding categories including handmade products, mobiles, electronics, gadgets, gifts, jewellery, car accessories and home décor. is ramping up and looking to expand and add more products in coming months, providing more choice for Indian consumers, and the recent addition of Arts that will showcase artwork of some of the leading artists in India including painters and sculptors.

"We have a very simple idea, where we want to showcase and sell only the most fantastic products available in the market and making product discovery very easy for our users. Adding Arts was only the next logical step to our ever expanding offerings," says Nikhil Khattar from He further added, "Consumers can connect directly with sellers, discover unique products being offered, follow and communicate with them. We want to leverage the power of social commerce in a true way. Each purchase is backed by our Buyer Protection Plan for that extra peace of mind."

India's ecommerce domain is exploding with over 100 million online shoppers by 2016. There's a huge gap to fill in various segments and lot of room for new start-up's to come in and shake up the market. As ecommerce in India will evolve, lot of new players will disrupt, challenge and find their place. At the end of the day it's about giving more choice and options to Indian consumers and seems to be well placed for that.


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