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Changing The Way The World Orders
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User: (Looking at pizza in the magazine) I wish I could order this pizza, like right now 
M1 User: Let me scan and order from my app!
That's how your new customers are going to be! Are you prepared? Let us help you bring your store online! +India Seller 
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Connecting whole sellers to retailers and retailers to customer! Download and discover: http://m1-order.com/
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#SaturdayQuote @M1Order
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#WholeSalersAlert Reach out to the potential retailers, download and register: https://dashboard.m1-order.com/appdownload/
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#Sellers: Download now for an almost "commission-less" experience:

m1-order.com
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Thank God its Friday! Oh Wait!
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From the Blog: 5 Pizza Outlets in Delhi you can Scan and Order from right away!
#M1Order

http://bit.ly/1P7NvwQ
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M1 Feature Alert For Sellers!
*Technical Support
*Create Online Catalog
*Track Order
*Create QR Code
*Go Social
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#SellerReview: Who needs an online shop again?

Nilesh Vaghela- “I sell my stuff on the street but I know what people prefer to shop, that is why I wanted to move online and I have signed up with m1-order because its pocket friendly for me, and also it can be driven by me only. That is the plus point.”
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#CoverageAlert - Thank you The Times of India

Neeraj Hutheesing, founder of M1-Order, a mobile marketplace for neighborhood stores, says large companies typically expect merchants to offer discounts of 35-50% on their products and also charge them hefty commissions.
"For instance, a restaurant chain that has tied up with (an online food delivery platform), selling biryani for Rs 150, will be asked to pass on 20% margin to the customer in addition to a 15% commission. The seller ends up with less than Rs 100 in his pocket," he said.

M1-Order charges its more than 3,000 merchants a commission of Rs 5 per transaction. It mobile marketplace allows customers to also purchase from local stores by scanning quick response or QR codes printed on merchants' brochures and catalogs.
Read the full story here : http://bit.ly/1OQMYiN
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