Ja­balpur IT Mar­ket grow­ing steadily

The DQWeek (Mumbai) - - FRONT PAGE - JY­OTI BHA­GAT Ja­balpur

Ja­balpur IT mar­ket is grow­ing and the in­dus­tri­al­iza­tion is on verge of take off for pri­vate en­trepreneurs. In-spite of lim­ited mar­ket zone in the field of com­puter trade the city is ex­pe­ri­enc­ing fast growth in IT sec­tor. Many of the traders are switch­ing their busi­ness into IT Firms.

Ac­cord­ing to the IT trad- ers over there the mar­ket is day by day flour­ish­ing in terms of growth and de­mands by the cus­tomers. The traders are fol­low­ing the mar­ket­ing strate­gies of other de­vel­oped mar­ket in Mad­hya Pradesh like Bhopal and In­dore.

Talk­ing to The DQ Week Akash Jha of Shri Sai Com­put­ers says, “We are in a bit good state af­ter the im­ple­men­ta­tion of GST. The late pay­ment is­sue has been solved. And the mar­ket is grow­ing in this fes­tive sea­son.”

Ra­jen­dra Ma­hesh­wari of Ra­jen­dra com­put­ers says, “The num­ber of deal­ers and cus­tomers are in­creas­ing day by day. The Ja­balpur mar­ket is flour­ish­ing which can be eas­ily ob­served. As­so­ci­a­tion is also work­ing for the wel­fare of the traders.”

Pramod Kush­waha of HD Printer Care says, “Gwalior mar­ket sit­u­a­tion is not good as the other cities of Mad- hya Pradesh but we traders are giv­ing our best for the growth of the trade in the re­gion and our as­so­ci­a­tion Gwalior Com­puter Traders as­so­ci­a­tion is well in­volved with the good­ness of the IT mar­ket.”

Ra­jeev Pod­dar of Ma­ha­laxmi Com­put­ers says, “There are not much deal­ers in our area. The mar­ket is too small there are only 50 to 60 deal­ers which are big and rest are do­ing their busi­ness in a very small scale.”

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