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IIT Guwahati | Startups: IIT Guwahati college students’ startup develops cellular utility for offline to on-line enterprise providers

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GUWAHATI: Sahara, a hyperlocal-tech startup of the scholars of the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, have developed a cellular utility that lets offline enterprise house owners create synergy with clients and potential enterprise companions.

The members of this strategic imaginative and prescient are Sai Vara Prasad, Co-Founder and COO;Sai Praneeth, Co-Founder and CEO; Rahul Nagurtha, Technical Advisor; Praveen Kumar, Business Advisor; and Shiv Kumar, Operations Advisor.

IIT said impressed by the ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’ initiative, this entrepreneurial endeavour is decided to ship ‘Made in India’ options by offering the very best providers to the individuals and inspiring present offline companies to transform to on-line enterprise to have numerous alternatives.

With the concept of one-stop resolution for every thing that individuals require, from meals to shelter, the purpose is to supply providers that stand as much as worldwide high quality requirements at pretty low prices. The options on this app may even assure correct navigating expertise, particularly to travellers, within the type of native language translation service, safety for travellers by offering help in establishing contact with respective traveller’s embassy in case of emergency, emergency and SOS service particularly for girls and many others.

Sai Vara Prasad, mentioned, “The only aim of Sahara is to provide you best services whenever you go. It’ll be the best app for the whole travel industry, where travellers can indulge in local cultures easily, travel enthusiasts can take their blogging to a whole new level, as they can post media, and can also share to other social media platforms, which will be visible to anyone who visits or search for that place. For the safety of travellers, we have added many features”.

Sai Praneeth, mentioned, “A Neilsen report estimates about 12 million Kirana stores in India, with a humongous 98% share of retail grocery market pumping billions worth monetary transactions into economy. Sadly, 98% of these establishments fall into unorganised sector because they lack access to basic digital infrastructure secluding them from outreach of potential customers. We are set out to revert this. We will empower them to earn their equity in the booming digital economy. It’s a win-win game. Oligopoly is always a better world. See, buying from local does make a difference, and with Sahara, it’ll be a Great Experience.”

“Our goal is simple and our vision is brilliant just like our Sahara”, mentioned Shiv Kumar.


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