“But as they expand farther into regions like the Middle East, and nations like Mexico and Brazil, the challenges become less transparent…That includes securing tax services, managing suppliers, navigating FX exchanges to minimize charges and working through VAT systems with different rules governing them.
According to Oxford University data, as of 2017, the largest overall supplier of online labor is India, with 24 percent of that global digital workforce.”
“Taglr is a single interface gateway, which claims to help shoppers discover products from over 182 ecommerce websites.
In 2017, there were less than 100 million online shoppers in India, and that number is expected to grow to 220 million by 2025.
Anirudha says, ‘What differentiates us is the quality of the experience, the focus on relevant products and localisation by using an artificial intelligence (AI) engine to understand India’s shopping trends.'”
“A day may come in the future when words spoken in one vernacular language would automatically be translated into another to ease out communication between people belonging to two distinct geographies.
We will set up 25 hubs focusing on diverse areas. Each hub will have multiple academic institutions and industry.
Even with government funding and industry participation, India is just at the starting point of a promising long road to harness AI for societal benefits.”