New Delhi, Patanjali Products will now be available on all major e-commerce platforms. People can order all the Patanjali products from other big online portals, including Amazon, Flipkart, Paytm Mall, Grofers and Bigbasket. In addition to these companies, Patanjali will also sell its products from Shop Forts and NetMeds forums. The information given by these e-commerce companies was given in a press conference held today.
Apart from Ramdev and Patanjali’s MD and CEO Acharya Balkrishna, the representatives of the partner e-commerce companies were also present. On this occasion, Smita Bhagat said on behalf of HDFC, that online platforms, Patanjali products will be given 5 times the reward points along with the Cashback for the Khardinwals. For online cell, Patanjali has also launched its website www.patanjaliayurved.net .
Before this, Ramdev told that he has prepared a Master Plan for the coming 50 years in which work on education, health, naturopathy, village, gausewa etc. is to be done. Yogguru told that there is no intention of listing Patanjali in the stock market. Baba Ramdev said, “He will not be able to make a listing in Patanjali’s Mumbai (Stock Market), but it will list it in the hearts of the people.”
He said that the goal of selling Patanjali products of 1 to 2 thousand crore rupees annually through online has been targeted. Regarding its production capability, Ramdev said that it is currently 30,000 crores which is to increase to Rs 50,000 crores this year. Ramdev said that there is a plan to create a production capacity of Rs. 1 lakh crore in the next two years. Ramdev said, “No FMCG company can think about such a huge production capability.” He told that an agency researching more than 11,000 brands gave Patanjali the number one status in the past. Yogguru said, ‘It is a matter of pride for us.’
Yogguru also informed that work on Patanjali unit is being done at Haridwar and Noida of UP, Tezpur of Assam and Nagpur of Maharashtra etc. Ramdev further said that Patanjali, which started 25 years ago, wants to make a market of 50 thousand to 1 lakh crore in the next two-three years, out of which, one lakh crore will be invested in charity. It is worth mentioning that Patanjali’s turnover in the financial year 2016-17 is more than Rs 10,500 crore. Patanjali has to double this financial year.
Paytm founder Shekhar Sharma, CEO of Paytm Amit Sinha, founder of Big Basket Hari Menan, Flipkart CEO Kalyanji Krishnamurthy, founder of Grofers Saurabh Kumar, Vice President of Amazon India Manish Tiwari, Founder of Netmeads Pradeep, Shopclues Senior Vice President Gopal Sharma was involved at the program.