Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Nepali e-haat Bazzar (B2B E-commerce Service Nepal)

Nepali e-Haat Bazaar is the National Business to Business(B2B) e-commerce Market Place as a single electronic gateway to promote the market linkage within the country and with the international markets. The B2B e-commerce website is implemented with the objectives of using ICTs to reduce poverty within the country. This is a joint initiation of Rural Urban Partnership Programme (MLD/UNDP) and High Level Commission for Information Technology and Agro Enterprise Center/Federation of Nepalese Chamber Of Commerce and Industries.  This business website is hosted by UNDP and USAID, managed by AEC and supported by the High Level Commission for Information Technology to allow the grass-root people and traders like local farmers, and small scale industries to interact with big enterprises and organizations to promote the local product like medicinal herbs, daily use products such as tea and other home-made products to the local or national and international market. It is an Electronic Commerce website where the transaction is mainly between two organizations. The website is open to all the interested parties. The website can be viewed as a B2B Post and Browse Market where the site is used to provide a market space where the trading partners or participants and interested parties can post, buy and sell opportunities and product and services on an e-bulletin board. Interested parties and trading partners can meet through the postings and negotiate transaction for themselves.

The sole aim of the website and as a whole project is to promote the local product and services to the national and international market so that the living standard and the way of life of the people in the rural and remote areas can be upgraded. Moreover the local product is introduced in the large scale market thereby creating new opportunities and encouraging the local people in their efforts. Moreover the local product is introduced in the large scale market thereby creating new opportunities and encouraging the local people in their efforts. The website aims to reduce poverty by the use of Information Communication Technology.
The website mainly provides information of the registered and certified companies. This helps the local traders to do business in more reliable way eliminating the threat of fraud. Further the website also provides the information about the products that are made available in the market by the respective companies. The website also contains the basic information about the registered companies along with their address, PAN number, registration numbers and many other details.
Website: http://www.b2b.com.np/


Written as a part of case study on e-Commerce in Nepal by Neejesh Dhaubhadel 

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