Online shopping destinations have witnessed an ever-growing competition from emerging markets. In today's world the online market has been a blessing in disguise that offers India with a reason to shop more at the comfort of their home. Recharges, Electronic Goods, Groceries, home appliances, You name it!
Amazon officially commenced it's operations in the year 2013 and it is now the fastest growing online store in terms of sales. With India a much more accessible market than China, Amazon is planning to bring it's AWS cloud service to India in the near future.#2. Flipkart
Flipkart, an e-commerce start-up that was launched in the year 2007 with an investment of just four lakhs rupees is know an $100 million-revenue online retail giant with over 80 million products across 80+ categories.#3. Snapdeal
Snapdeal, an e-Retailer company was founded in the year 2010 initially as a daily deals business. It grew into one of the largest online marketplace in India offering an assortment of 10 million products across diverse categories from over 100,000 sellers, shipping to more than 5,000 towns and cities in India.#4. eBay.in
eBay.in, the online trading platform started it's operations in the year 2005 marking the final integration of Baazee.com's technology platform with eBay's platform. eBay offers auctions, quick buy and classifieds modes of person-to-person trading.#5. Paytm
Paytm, one of India's largest mobile commerce platform was launched in the year 2010. It now enables users to book air tickets and taxis, mobile recharge, and payment of DTH, broadband and electricity bills among others. In 2015, Paytm received a license from Reserve Bank of India for starting one of India's first payments banks. The bank intends to use Paytm’s existing user base for offering new services, including debit cards, savings accounts, online banking and transfers, to enable a cashless economy.#6. Myntra
Myntra was launched in the year 2009 and focussed it's view on online retailing of branded apparels. Myntra merged with Flipkart in the year 2014 to compete against Amazon. It later acquired their rival Jabong to become India's largest fashion platform till date.#7. Jabong
Jabong, an Indian fashion and lifestyle e-commerce portal was launched in the year 2012. In the year 2016, Flipkart acquired Jabong through its unit Myntra for about $70 Million. It now sells apparel, footwear, fashion accessories, beauty products, fragrances, home accessories and other fashion and lifestyle products.#8. Shopclues
Shopclues, an Indian online market place for electronics, home appliances and personal care products was founded in the year 2011. After passing through fairly difficult years and a nervous start, the company managed to raise $216 Million after participating in 5 rounds of funding.#9. HomeShop18
HomeShop18, an online and on-air retail and distribution venture of Network 18 Group, India was founded in the year 2008. It is India's leading digital commerce platform - present on TV, web and mobile. The website received the 'Best shopping site' award from PC World Magazine in 2008. The venture is owned by Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL).#10. Pepperfry
Pepperfry, the online furniture marketplace was launched in the year 2011. It is an e-commerce marketplace that allows users to shop furniture and home decor products. It now owns 17 fulfillment hubs serving in about 500 cities and a delivery fleet of over 400 vehicles. It has raised $159.3 Million after participating in 5 rounds of funding.