Cult.Sport, a D2C business that focuses on sports, has partnered with GoKwik, a top eCommerce enabler, to increase the serviceability of cash-on-delivery throughout key Indian towns and cities.
In addition to tackling Back to Origin difficulties, the relationship with GoKwik seeks to further boost its footprint in India’s outlying villages and cities, where COD remains a popular method of payment, as reported by The Economic Times (ET Retail).
“We believe India is a country with a billion sports people, where only a few take the field. Partnering with GoKwik will help us streamline and solve on-ground logistics challenges and be future-ready with the technology,” said Shamik Sharma, managing director, Cult.Sport
“Cult.Sport is helping India adopt an active lifestyle. Their digital-first approach in providing all fitness products under one roof has contributed to their immense growth in this sector. ” said Chirag Taneja, Co-Founder, and CEO of GoKwik. “We are looking forward to nurturing this partnership and helping Cult.Sport in their growth journey”
GoKwik’s technologically advanced and data-driven intelligent solutions will enable Cult.Sport to offer COD purchases in tier three and tier four areas of the nation safely. This change will allow access to a larger client base and strengthen relationships with fitness enthusiasts in rural areas.
In 2020, Vivek Bajpai, Chirag Taneja, and Ankush Talwar founded GoKwik. It is a forum for resolving issues with online e-commerce store shopping experiences. We want to make purchasing more accessible for consumers. GoKwik offers a shopping experience unlike anything else by addressing the complete customer journey from the point of making orders until the products are delivered.