“Great Indian Festival” is a great business opportunity for MyMahotsav

Furthering its commitment to support Small Medium Businesses (SMBs), the social-networking platform has stated that MyMahotsav is dedicated to lakhs temple trust, event organizers, advertisers including over 75,000 local shops from 450 cities.

MyMahotsav will also showcase PhotoComptetition from various event hosts under various other programs such as amateur, professional as across categories.

In an official statement, MyMahotsav explained that according to a sa study carried out by the British Council, The total economic worth of the creative activities involved in Durga Puja festival only is about ₹32,377 crore and the festival contributes 2.58% of West Bengal’s GDP. Each state has their own festival favorite and MyMahotsav is perfectly placed to cater to the market.

Commenting on the announcement, Tarak Nath Gorai, Operating Partner, MavensWood Investment said, “Despite pandemic, This year’s Great Indian Festival is a celebration of the resilience of local shop owners and small and medium sellers. We are reaching out to the people”.

 

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