Incredible Gifts: An Innovative & Unique Product Selling Portal
Yashpal Sharma, Co-Founder
Vikram Pratap, Co-Founder
"Team incredible gifts continuously strives to be a step ahead of its competitors with innovative ideas and unique new products"
As an innovative and unique product selling portal offering high quality gift products, Incredible Gifts through its brand cater to the gifting needs of people of all ages in India. The company went digital in the year 2013 and became one of the fastest-growing
We deliver our products pan India," explicates Vikram.
As an innovative and unique product selling portal offering highquality gift products, incredible gifts cater to the gifting needs of people of all ages in india
Setting up the Foundation
The concept of Incredible Gifts germinated in 2013 with the shared vision of Vikram Pratap and Yashpal Sharma that further encouraged them to venture into this niche domain. They wanted to offer a broad range of gift items coupled with a great buying experience. Vikram has an MBA in IT and Marketing and had worked with Naukri.com for four years as a senior web designer while Yashpal, an MCA graduate had worked with Shiksha.com as a senior UI developer for five years. Their experience and qualification in the fields of design and technology helped them build the tech backbone of their business while their newfound love and passion for gifting ensured that they were in the right place at the right time.
Since inception, the company has had an annual turnover of around 5-6 Lakh rupees currently its annual turnover is approximately 4 Cr. The good will of the company in the online gifting industry has been recognized by many of the reputed media organizations print and electronic.
Team Incredible Gifts continuously strives to be a step ahead of its competitors with innovative ideas and unique new products. "In the coming years, we plan to introduce unique customized gifts/products for every Indian occasion and festival. Apart from an online presence pan India, we are planning to also be physically present in many Indian cities," he concludes.