Peek at how India’s top three e-com marketplaces Flipkart, Amazon & Snapdeal fared

07 November, 2014

The business of horizontal e-commerce in India has clearly consolidated among the top three marketplaces: Flipkart, Snapdeal and Amazon, not necessarily in that order. All have raised or have commitments to $1 billion or more worth of investments fuelling their aggressive moves in the market.


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njain@ccag.in . 3 years ago

It would be very interesting and helpful, if you can give calculations for arriving at Rs 2.23, as the there are many inter-related companies.

vivek.sinha . 3 years ago

Nipun, as mentioned. The article only referred to the firm running the ‘marketplace’ for one-on-one comparison.

The overall loss of Flipkart is closer to Rs 750 crore for FY14. On a GMV basis (not net revenue), Flipkart is probably losing around 20 paise for every Re 1 worth of goods sold on its site.

Peek at how India’s top three e-com marketplaces Flipkart, Amazon & Snapdeal fared

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