Lalaji24x7 is working towards increasing its manpower and resources to hit the 10,000 delivery mark per day in Delhi NCR.
Delhi based hyperlocal grocery delivery startup Lalaji 24×7 has announced its plans to enter Delhi NCR regions. The bootstrap startup aims at bringing the world of technology and world-class groceries together for major cities India by 2020.
Lalaji 24×7 ran an internal test survey to conclude how its potential audience looks forward of having them in their city.
Piyush Goyal, Deputy CEO, Lalaji 24×7 said ‘The news about launching in the two metropolitan cities has been an intentional move and quite a thought-after expansion plan. We have seen Lalaji 24×7 grow immensely and feel the potential of excelling in the domain and giving the consumers a better experience is something we should not limit only to the Delhi NCR region”.
Sunil Lakra, Founder, Lalaji 24×7 added ‘Our whole aim to enter this industry was to not copy a business model, but help others learn from the wheel are constantly inventing and improving upon. We hope that the consumers across India can benefit from the quality and products we deliver, while ensuring exceptional service will grow even bigger with multiple deliveries.”
With starting a mere 250 orders daily, Lalaji 24×7 is working towards increasing its manpower and resources to hit the 10,000 delivery mark per day in Delhi NCR. Aiming at also bringing forth the 2-Hour Delivery Experience, the platform has a promising future with goals of re-defining the hyperlocal grocery domain.