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Droom, Uber joined hands for #LoveSuperbikes campaign

Droom, Uber joined hands for #LoveSuperbikes campaign

New Delhi [India], Apr 8 : Droom and Uber on Saturday announced the launch of a joint campaign called #LoveSuperbikes, which brought the thrill of speed to the users of the Uber app for a 15-minute experience of a lifetime.

ShopClues,Droom to invest Rs. 20 Crore in start-ups by December 2017

ShopClues,Droom to invest Rs. 20 Crore in start-ups by December 2017

New Delhi [India], Mar. 29 : India's 'star serial entrepreneur' Sandeep Aggarwal announced plans of investing Rs. 20 Crore in up to 12 start-ups by the end of this year, in the areas of healthcare, tech and retail.

Aggarwal, who is the Founder of ShopClues and Droom, has already invested in seven start-ups across various industry verticals and is looking to further expand his investment portfolio by entering the data science app development arena as well.

Dekoruma, Wydr, Shopsity, Data Guise, Give Club, Duriana and Curo Healthcare have all received funding during the past few months. While Wydr, Shopsity and Curo Healthcare are Indian companies, the rest mostly belong to South East Asian markets and the Silicon Valley.

Droom crosses 500 cities, becoming India's largest hyper local marketplace

Droom crosses 500 cities, becoming India's largest hyper local marketplace

New Delhi [India], Mar 23 : In a feat of sorts, Droom, India's pioneering online automobile transactional marketplace today became India's largest hyper local marketplace by bringing a whopping number of 500 cities, under its aegis. The watershed moment came soon after the company announced that it has achieved 1 lakh auto dealers on its online platform.

In order to reach this target, Droom has been aggressively running seller affiliation and community building programmes to increase its network base.

Droom unveils five new categories to woo buyers

Droom unveils five new categories to woo buyers

New Delhi [India], Mar 1 : India's pioneering online automobile transactional marketplace Droom has announced its latest offering in the form of five categories namely 'Mint vehicles,' 'VIP numbers', 'Odd-Even numbers', 'Hard-To-Find' and 'Old-Is-Gold', which cater to a wide spectrum of exclusive customer desires which might sometimes be just the element that makes your vehicle transcend from good to exceptional.

Vehicles belonging to the Mint Vehicles category are in actuality used vehicles which are in pristine, almost brand-new condition. Supercars and superbikes, doctor-driven vehicles, motorcycles etc. which, are in a condition that is equal, if not better than, any new vehicle are offered to the buyers.

Droom unveils OBV adoption survey; reports success as 77 pct respondents now rely on OBV

Droom unveils OBV adoption survey; reports success as 77 pct respondents

New Delhi [India], Jan 11 : Online automobile transactional marketplace Droom has launched its first and only algorithm benchmark pricing engine for all categories of used vehicles, the Orange Book Value (OBV).

The OBV is the most comprehensive pricing engine, which is not limited to cars alone, but also covers a wide spectrum of vehicle categories including motorcycles, scooters, bicycles and planes - covering 24000+ products from 100+ makes, nearly 1000 models and 4000 variants for last 10-11 years.

It has already generated 95 million queries till date. As per the survey, nearly 77 percent respondents said that they rely solely on OBV to determine the pricing of their vehicles- a figure that stood at 50 percent pre-launch.

Droom accelerates Rs. 100 crore monthly GMV in 19 months

New Delhi [India], Oct 4 : Country's pioneering online automobile transactional marketplace Droom continues to ride the wave of success with its disruptive innovations and strategic approaches.

In a massive business achievement, the online automobile portal has been able to successfully clock a monthly gross merchandise value (GMV) of Rs. 104 crore in a short span of 19 months.

One of the fastest growing web-based companies, Droom has already registered over Rs. 1,200 crore in annualized GMV, with plans to achieve Rs. 3,000 crore by March 2017 and estimating a colossal growth to the tune of Rs. 5,000 crore by December 2017.

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