The captain of the India Women’s Cricket team, Harmanpreet Kaur, has been named the new brand ambassador for Hapipola, a business that has made significant strides in the lifestyle gadget sector. Harmanpreet Kaur is the ideal embodiment of the Hapipola philosophy, which mixes technology with elegance for today’s hip and tech-savvy youth.
With a wide range of products in several categories, such as TWS, Smartwatches, BT audio, and mobile accessories, Hapipola upholds its promise of great quality and design.
Mr. Prasanth Chordia, the company’s founder and director, said of the partnership: “We are thrilled to onboard Harmanpreet Kaur as our brand ambassador. She is a talented cricket player with many facets who exudes inspiration and passion. Her presence will help the brand reach new heights, much like how she breaks barriers with her clever manoeuvres. We’ll #MoveSmartWithHapipola together.
Harmanpreet Kaur reacted to her selection as the Hapipola brand ambassador by saying: “It’s fantastic to see how it has progressed in providing new tech gadgets and handy pocket devices which portray the hectic lives of today’s generation. In addition to playing cricket, I also like to listen to music since it sharpens my focus. Being a part of the Hapipola family makes me happy.
A tiny group of Audiophiles and Gadget-holics formed Hapipola with the intention of leaving their mark on the gadget world. Hapipola has established a standard for a fusion of design and intelligence through the development and manufacture of devices for the enormous market of mobile users. Hapipola, an Indian company founded in 2018, has developed award-winning and user-friendly processes over the last four years. Our goods are the ideal fusion of modern design and cutting-edge technology. To ensure a better customer experience with products spanning from audio, mobile/lifestyle accessories, we work to push the limits of innovation.
Despite its recent entry into the e-commerce sector, the changes brought about by the digital revolution in retail go beyond simple channel adjustments. Retailers and brands now interact with this networked consumer base between Retail & Wholesale using new business models that have acquired popularity and commerce ecosystems that have evolved.
The wholesale revolution has had great success in India’s wholesale markets over the past ten years. Marketplaces, business-to-business branding, live selling, and voice commerce are a few examples of the numerous paths to the final customer. We are currently entering the retail market through Hapipola.com (D2C).