Kolkata-based startup Sabse Sasta Dukaan has been on the frontline for 1.5 years of its operations to create jobs and provide business opportunities in semi-urban and rural India. On the one hand, the company is not only helping people to own their franchise and earn a good income despite the slowdown in the economy but on the other hand, the brand is also saving many lives during the closing of the Deliver life-saving drugs to semi-urban cities and rural India with the presence of their franchises in more than 150 locations across East India.
Sabse Sasta Dukaan is the fastest-growing pharmacy in India which has provided opportunities for people from remote areas of different parts of India, including men and women, young and old, to build their own careers and join the campaign in “Building Bharat” as Aatma Nirbhar Bharat. Sabse Sasta Dukaan has just opened his 150th store in Purnea. In 1.5 years, the brand has reached different parts of eastern India with more than 150 stores in Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, and Orissa. Sabse Sasta Dukaan opens 10 stores every month.
People who are looking for business opportunities and want to develop their careers in the health sector and also people who have returned to their cities due to a pandemic can start their own business with Sabse Sasta Dukaan. Whether it’s housewives or retired people or anyone over the age of 18, you can own Sabse Sasta Dukaan with just one click https://franchise.sabsesastadukaan.com or by calling the company number 9748924425. The brand has provided an opportunity for franchise owners to earn a good income of around Rs. 50,000- Rs 1 lac even in smaller cities.
After the announcement of the national closure, the brand continued with extensive services to meet people’s medical needs. With the help of franchises, the brand has taken the appropriate steps to keep the supply chain active by reaching people. Franchises at 150 locations are always ready during this challenging phase as well. The franchise’s instant response has created a sense of trust between people, even during this pandemic.
On the one hand, the economy is down, people are losing jobs, big investments are not expected, but on the other hand, despite the blockade, the Sabse Sasta Dukaan franchise model is helping people to make money even during the COVID pandemic19. To be part of the Sabse Sasta Dukaan family of franchises only requires an investment of Rs 2-4 lacs and a space of 120 square feet that can be rented or owned. The company’s team of experts guides franchises in dealing with customers and how to do business, with proper training and marketing support. People with good business sense and local reputation can easily qualify for this franchise model. Under the model, a franchise is only granted in one area to increase the possibility of income. The main job of franchises is to deliver medications. The franchise gets a good commission on each order. Franchises can treat consumer medicines and health products. The best part of the franchise model is that the setup process is very easy and requires less legal work. Franchises do not need to maintain inventory, so there are no inventory costs involved. For franchise-related information inquiries, people can visit https://franchise.sabsesastadukaan.com.
Mr. Anish Agarwal, Co-Founder, CEO, Sabse Sasta Dukaan, said“We envision making a healthier India by integrating people who not only contribute to economic growth but also create jobs in smaller cities. Right now, when reverse migration seems to be a concern, we prefer to find it as an opportunity to maximize our presence. ”
In addition, he said: “As a healthcare brand, our goal is to reach the last mile that can access authentic medicines and health products at a reasonable price. Our franchises have been essential in creating the value chain. ”
Sharing his experience of working with the brand, Prasenjit Das, owner of Sabse Sasta Dukaan, said Arambagh, “I started my journey with Sabse sasta Dukaan, 20 months ago, after leaving my job in the pharmaceutical sector. Initially, there was some kind of apprehension because serving medications through the online mode which was also a challenge in smaller cities. But my business grew within a few months of opening the franchise. I care for more than 1000 patients in my area ”.
Sanjib Poria, the owner of Sabse Sasta Dukaan, said Ghatal“There is an unlimited opportunity for growth in this business. After my engineering, I simply opted for the Sabse Sasta Dukaan franchise, and today I am very proud of my decision. I earn more than the engineering job offered to me. I also submitted this franchise to my friend in Panagarh, which is also very good ”.
Supriya Mukherjee, the owner of Sabse Sasta Dukaan, said Durgapur, “Since my college years I always wanted to run a business, but it was not backed by financial security. My husband introduced me to the Sabse Sasta Dukaan franchise business. With a minimal investment, I can now remain independent for my own expenses. I am very grateful to take this opportunity. ”