Honey, they shrunk the world
New app launched by Bengaluru-based company claims to deliver an astonishing 33 services
Bengaluru: A new app launched by city-based company claims it can deliver not one or two but an astonishing 33 services at the click of a button.
The app launched by BhavyaBharat Communications Services Pvt. Ltd reportedly provides mobile recharge, bus, train and flight tickets booking, bill payments, money transfer, banking, advertising, government services, agricultural information, farm management, matrimony, real estate, jobs and much more.
If that isn’t ambitious enough, the company, in line with Central government’s ‘Digital India’ programme, has come out with an initiative through which unemployed youth, housewives, physically challenged, retired elders, and others can earn money by providing the 33 services through the app by using smartphones. BhavyaBharat provides self-employment opportunity without any kind of investment or advanced knowledge.
A brainchild of entrepreneur Dhananjay Acharya, who hails from a small village in Tumkur, BhavyaBharat is looking to create a wide employee network by tapping talent in remotest corners of the country. The company is planning to cover every village, town, taluk, district, city and state in India.
By tying up with numerous NGOs and Self Help Groups, and with the help of village panchayats, the company is aiming to provide a regular source of income to at least 25-30 thousand people in each state of India and thereby reduce unemployment of the country by at least 2-4pc.