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       TV and Online shopping channel 'Prathem Bazar' launched
         Posted on :17:39:06 Sep 7, 2018
       Last edited on:17:39:06 Sep 7, 2018
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NEW DELHI:  Prathem Link D2H Service has announced the launch of Prathem Bazar, a 24/7 home shopping channel in TV commerce and online segment in India.
Prathem Bazar (Aap ke Liye), the pioneer in TV and online shopping in India, is a leading interactive, multi-channel retailer that bridges the gap among customers, dealers and market enthusiasts.
It works on a unique business model with updated ERP software technology and group of technical experts that gives users a complete home shopping experience.
"We are extremely happy to announce our new step of entering into the television segment. Prathem Bazar will make the whole experience of buying easier for customers from tier I, tier II and tier III cities. Our vision is to reach out to every household of the country with the maximum products in every category," said Ashutosh Bajpai, Managing Director, Prathem Link D2h Services Pvt. Ltd.
The new channel will bring together a perfect balance between TV and online shopping at one single platform, which will tap the Indian market on a broader scale. With both quality and value, the brand thrives to provide an exceptional experience and convenience to its customers. The brand is soon looking to expand in the international market as well.

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