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Hyperlocal delivery startup EverydaySure to hire 2 lakh people, plans for pan India expansion

Ahead of the upcoming festive season, India based eCommerce and hyperlocal delivery startup EverdaySure has announced to hire over 2 lakh people as a part of its pan India expansion.

EverydaySure that is competing with the startups like Google-backed Dunzo, Amazon pantry, Grofers, and BigBasket, in its statement on Saturday said, “As a part of the pan India expansion, the company is onboarding over 1 lakh sellers and to hire over 2 lakh people for faster order delivery.”

Speaking on the expansion plan, Preeti Sharma, Head of Strategic Planning at EverydaySure said, “In e-commerce and hyperlocal delivery, speed matters most. Next to speed, we have a wide range of carefully curated items and pricing in line with recommended retail prices. Through EverydaySure, we want to deliver customers’ orders literally every day sure.”

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“With our dark stores model, sellers can store their inventory close to the customers; this model encourages local entrepreneurship and new business partnerships. With EverydaySure, we can bring together the whole network of local stores onto our platform easily which enables us to deliver customers’ orders faster and in a convenient way,” Preeti added.

Adding to the statement, Dharmendra Shekhar Ojha, Founder and CEO of EverydaySure said, “We will make significant investments for expanding our fulfillment and transportation capabilities to make EverydaySure’s delivery faster, normally the same day (in one hour or even faster) or hardly very next day (in a specific situation) in all categories.”

“EverydaySure won’t be just another e-commerce and hyperlocal player in the market, we aim to build the largest e-commerce platform in the country with the most efficient logistics and fastest delivery solution for every city. Soon, we will expand from groceries & household needs to fashion, electronics, lifestyle & healthcare.”