In last couple of years the on-demand economy has boomed like no other niche. On-demand delivery for all kinds of products and services is becoming more and more common. Even if the estimated market size is more than $10 billion in India alone, but when it comes to on-demand gift delivery startups, only a handful of them are doing it best; Myfloralkart is one of them.
Myfloralkart is a Ghaziabad-based startup that provides the freedom of ordering gift items, from flowers to cakes for any occasion throughout the year with just a click. You’re given a choice of number of options local to your delivery location and get them delivered as early as possible.
The startup is offering its delivery services in more than 50 cities across the country. The gifting repertoire includes cakes, flowers, chocolates, fruits, gift hampers etc. that can be delivered same day across the country. The USP of the website is making gifting accessible and affordable to all. With the widest delivery network in India, the website boasts of a great product catalogue.
Ordering from Myfloralkart is as easy as buying shoes and clothes online. Just click on your desired plant, place the order and sit back! Once the order has been placed the process begins! The team makes its best effort to send you the best product possible so that your gifting experience becomes more exciting.
Myfloralkart has achieved organic growth, thanks to its vibrant 11 member team. The small team at Myfloralkart has vibrancy in terms of talent and age. Each member is an expert in their relevant area with loads to add.
Established in 2010, the gifting portal enables both personal and corporate clients to make purchases. It claims to have worked with over 600 corporates in India, mostly MNCs and has a consumer base of over 1 lakh who transact regularly. The startup makes money through commission from its service providers.
So, never fear procrastinators, you have options! Whether you’re a champ at putting things off to the last minute, completely forgot about Valentine’s Day, or didn’t have someone to send flowers to until this morning, don’t be that guy (or girl) buying the half-wilted bouquet from the grocery store when there’s a whole world of fresh, on-demand flowers available.