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JAMMU: The Digital India campaign launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not only helping entrepreneurs establish their businesses but also enabling them to generate employment in India in a big way. It’s because of digitisation of businesses that more youngsters into IT world are able to simplify people’s lives as well as encourage e-payments.
This was stated by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) State General Secretary Yudhvir Sethi who after inaugurating Foodivry Riders – a food delivery digital app in Jammu added that such entrepreneurial skills are good enough to help our people delivered everything at their doorsteps. He said more such innovative business skills should be developed and launched in Jammu to make it a truly digital city.
Sethi while congratulating London based Akhil Tandon London for choosing Jammu as his business destination hoped more employment avenues will be opened up for youth of Jammu. Appreciating the concept of ordering food from Jammu’s chosen eateries and delivering the same through Foodivry Riders anywhere in town, he said it is a new and innovative concept that’s surely going to hit the market and grab a major share.
Akhil Tandon said that basically that App forms a complete chain of eatries that will surely help the consumers making the procurement of their favourite cuisines much easier. He also informed that the all the orders can be done on website which is linked to the App for home deliveries for no service charge.
On the occasion of launch of the app, Yudhvir Sethi joined by Tandon and galaxy of invitees served food amongst children of Ved Mandir, Amphala.
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