1. Mayank Verma Reply

    Agree !! That Jabong Wants To Earn Profits ,And Is De-listing The Less Performing SKU’s And Brands .
    But They Should Not Forget That Every Big Brand Starts From A Small Level .

    : ) Yes , We Got The Aggrement Termination Letter Too : )

  2. We were excited to register in Jabong and even after 8 months, we could only list 5 products. The quality team is extremely bad and in the end, we wrote an email to them that we are terminating the contract. I specifically used the verbiage as – “stupid company like Jabong”.

    The way they are doing their business will certainly bring them down soon. With handful suppliers, they will be running with less variety which is the key to these market places.

    We have finally decided to launch our own eCommerce portal.

    And yes, we got the agreement termination letter as well which we threw in the dustbin with a happy heart.

  3. Instead of terminating the sellers they should work on their back end team specially listing team.
    We have more than 2000 live SKU’s on other platforms like myntra,limeroad ,flipkart and 8 more and we are achieving good numbers over there.

    here in Jabong we could not even list 100 SKU’s because of difficult listing process.

    As Jabong is sales platform and not the product manufacturer should not delist the brands as it will decrease its trust in the market and gradually sellers will not list their brands on Jabong.

    For sellers there are 100 marketplace options but for jabong it won’t be !

    We have decided to start our own website 🙂

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