‘Yetekinibi’ to offer new e-commerce outlet to Nagaland customers
Dimapur, Nov. 7 (EMN): Along the lines of Amazon and Flipkart, Nagaland has entered the e-commerce market with the launch of ‘Yetekinibi,’ an exclusive e-commerce outlet. The name translates to ‘buy from here’ and is the brainchild of seven youths comprising four IT and communication experts Imnajungshi, Longhsithung, Mughato and Achila, two market specialists Renja and Tia, and one trade and finance analyst Toni.
“Albeit exclusive of mobiles phone the list of things are not short of what one wants to buy. One would find much rare collections from local producers and artist, which brings pride to the state. Keeping in mind the standards, the sellers of Yetekinibi are scrutinised for the registration certificate, quality and services to provide the best to the customers,” an update informed on Saturday.
It said that Yetekinibi would be officially producing merchandise for well-known Naga Youtubers and artists and will be made available to the public soon.
“Also the aspiration to make availability of mobile phones to the students during the nationwide lockdown sparked the centric idea of this e-commerce. The team believes in providing services where most could not reach with an aim to deliver across the state. Moreover the huge number of local entrepreneurs whose products hardly reach the local market because of improper channel and lack of platform can sell their creation to the local, domestic as well as international customers through this e-commerce,” it read.
The manager, Imnajungshi asserted that the number of products will increase, as this medium will induct more local sellers, retailers and producers after the launch.
It added that this initiative has also ‘instilled many new developers with their ideas and has promised to sell on the website giving boost to the employment and economy of the state.’
‘Yetekinibi’ can be accessed through the webpagewww.yetekinibi.com as well as an app to be downloaded from Google Play Store and Apple Store. The full functional service of the e-commerce site will begin from Monday, it informed.