Softbank Ready to Merge Snapdeal with Flipkart

New Delhi : According to recent developments, two of India’s largest online marketplace, Snapdeal and Flipkart are ready to merge. This is the move initiated by Flipkart’s biggest investor Softbank. The investors made this decision after numerous months of hectic discussions and negotiations. Reportedly, the deal will take place within a month and it has the potential to raise the value of Snapdeal to $1 billion approx.

People aware of the changes informed that after the holding organization, Jasper Infotech Limited, top managerial staff neglected to reach an agreement on the reported deal, a new proposition is being considered but with changes by Softbank. Reportedly, it will be sent to the board within a week.

Two of Snapdeal company’s initial stage investors Kalaari Capital and Nexus Venture Partners, as indicated by the report, need Softbank to consider while doing valuation the eCommerce organization as well as two of its joins together, to be specific Vulcan Express and Unicommerce, with a greater price.

The Business Standard report, referring to people aware of the changes, expresses that the two of the initial stage investors in Snapdeal need Vulcan Express Private Limited and Unicommerce to be esteemed independently and not as a piece of the Snapdeal’s valuation bargain because both are either benefit making or would going to do as such.

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