How some businesses in India have learned to stop worrying and embrace the global pandemic.

Many indian businesses hit hard in this global pandemic. Here are few companies and their services who chose to keep their services ON.

1. Flipkart 🙂

This eCommerce giant is planning to launch a hyperlocal service that would enable customers to buy items from local stores. To have those delivered to them in an hour and a half or less. Yatra, an online travel and hotel ticketing service, is exploring a new business line altogether: supplying office accessories.

2. Swiggy and Zomato 🙂

The nation’s largest food delivery startups began delivering alcohol in select parts of the country last month. The move came weeks after the two firms. Both of them are seeing fewer orders and had to let go of hundreds of employees who started accepting orders for grocery items. That was in a move that challenged existing online market leaders BigBasket and Grofers.

3. Udaan,

A business-to-business marketplace recently started to accept bulk orders from some housing societies. It was exploring more opportunities in the business-to-commerce space, the startup told TechCrunch.