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Myntra extends help to brand partners to fight crisis

May 20, 2021
Myntra extends help to brand partners to fight crisis

Bengaluru, Karnataka

Myntra, the Flipkart-owned fashion company, that sells over 3000 fashion and lifestyle brands has stepped forward by taking care of the Covid-19 related medical expenses of the brand partners, giving structural relaxation on the operation front, and has also made changes in Seller Protection Fund (SPF).

As a help to its partners, Myntra has also waived order cancellation charges. Also, the window for claims for returned products has been extended to 45 days for the sellers.

According to Rajesh Narkar, Vice President, Marketplace, Omni, and International brands business at Myntra, the main objective behind rolling out such initiatives is that the brand partners can carry their business operations smoothly. He also said that the company wants to add a layer of immunity against the possible effects of the pandemic.

Under the initiative, Myntra is also vaccinating its frontline workers that include the delivery workforce, and employees besides home care support to third-party employees.

According to data derived from the Union Health Ministry, millions of people have died due to the virus infection. All the big brands like Google, Microsoft, and others have come out to support and extend help to India for fighting the crisis caused by the pandemic. 

Source: The Economic Times

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