The Team Of MoreOverCraft.com

June 29, 2016 Startuptalkies

"Never work according to the 'Designation', always work according to the 'Situation'."

  • INDIA, very wide and versatile country with 29 states and 7 union territories. It is a beautiful assortment of creativity, unique style, and ethnic culture, reflected in our Soul, our taste, our painting, drawing, ethnic collection, our clothing, our food, our lifestyle, our Languages, our Music, and our Books and much more. Indian Wind is so rich and sweet that people from across the globe want to reach here and take out the memories with them. MoreOverCraft.com (MOC) is one attempt by young creative minds those who wants to provide variants, quality and the best to the market from any creative talent throughout India.

    MoreOverCraft.com uses a marketplace model to capture the individual or any firm or NGO’s talent art work and craft work belonging from various regions of India. We connect all artisans & designers, crafters, seller directly to global customers and thereby increase their work and talent, encourage and help them create/promote their brand and trying to preserve our culture, traditions and values. This will not only help sellers but as well to customer help to discover and buy creative, unique products which they are not getting easily.

    As starting itself, MoreOverCraft.com is roaring as an idea and we are been reaching out to artisans, crafters, sellers, all creative minds and hands, to fulfill our love in serving you the real Indian talent.

    Get ready and let's explore and reveal Indian Art, Craft and talent together.

  • According to me, no single task is easy and every task is easy its all into our mind how it is framing the situations. My entrepreneur journey is really beautiful, there is something or the other thing everyday you are going to learn from everyone around you. So always keep learning and never think you know everything.
  • Success is a journey not a destination. Success for me will be when my one single decision could help millions of poor and needy people around the world and help in the betterment of the society and can bring smile on their face.
  • It received seed funding from family. Open for angel investors once after getting launched. Interested investors can just drop on asif@moreovercraft.com and we will get in touch. Thank you.
  • After becoming the market leader in Indian art and craft or the google of art, craft and culture products, we will be looking forward to become the market leader of world art and craft and help Indian artisans and craftsmen in earning fabulous lifestyle as of other countries artists. It is going to be the biggest platform for Indian art and talents.
  • Never try to motivate anyone especially your co-workers or colleagues. You just need to show them a bigger dream and bigger life which is waiting for them after getting through this journey. Be positive, Be strong, Be a risk taker, Be consistent and people will believe you with the time and never going to leave. You need to be a leader to be an entrepreneur, its not a cup of tea for Bosses.
  • This startup is established only to bring change in the life of Indian artisans and craftsmen who are not even earning minimal daily amount to run their family. People respect art and craft, People also respect Indian artisans and craftsmen who give them so amazing products but there is no common place where every individual from all around the world can find and buy. For this only we came up with a marketplace, MoreOverCraft.com.
  • Never Fear and never follow the crowd. If you want to change something in the society, first start with yourself and your friends. If you did that you can do anything. Be positive always because it is the only key to SUCCESS.
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