By Nidhi Ramachandran. A typical corner store promoter begins his day with a quick stock taking followed by opening shutters…
As the country went into lockdown mode, consumers starting thinking local to shop their grocery and essentials. Because, local corner stores have and always will serve their neighbourhoods.
With a strong belief that a brand is not built with money, but with the sentiment of the people who are working towards the brand as well as the sentiment of the consumers who are able to connect with the brand, we focus on our people and their capabilities.
As a business, how often do we give a thought to leaving the world a better place than we came to be in it? Especially in the start-up environment, where a culture of being ruthless, thick-skinned and non-empathetic often gets normalised?
At Taikee, we could not but rush to Jalandhar to meet this super child Kusum Kumari. While she made sure she got reunited with her phone, our purpose was to get her father to reunite with his phone, as we handed over Kusum a new device for her to learn Taekwondo from. And of course, study hard to achieve her dreams.
We launched the #LangarByTaikee initiative with the entire Taikee team coming together and contributing generously. And, we converted our fulfillment centres into meal centres, for a few hours every day, to provide meals to those in need.
More than 15 million small enterprises toil to break even each month and then save some to run their kitchens. We take Taikee to these entrepreneurs…
We believe in facilitating #BetterLives not only to #CornerStores but also to their neighborhood. One of the most important parts of creating a sustainable community is watching the environmental impact of our businesses.
A parade of unfortunate events has pulled many down. We at Taikee believe in creating new opportunities and would like to welcome onboard sales partners on a per order commission model to help us grow.
On International Tea Day, visit your local retail store to get a variety of tea flavours.