PAMPORE: To address the unemployment issue, three youth in Pampore area of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district have started a new initiative.
The name of the delivery based initiative is Brisk Delivery.
The initiative was found by Adil Bhat and co-founded by Inayat, both residents of Namblabal Pampore and supported by three other educated youth.
Adil is also founder of ecofuture, which is an IT based start up.
” We have taken another step with Brisk Delivery which will be started from Pampore,” Adil told Kashmir Reader, adding that the main aim of the start-up is to cater to unemployment.
He added that they are focusing on college students who want a part time job in their free time.
He said that they are beginning with restaurants and will deliver their food items to customers in different areas.
He added that they will promote restaurants.
” We want to help the restaurants in doing hassle free business, They don’t have to buy vehicles and deliver boys, we replaced that with an IT based delivery system,” he said.
He also told that as food culture in Kashmir is becoming dynamic and restaurants prepare new food items.
“We want to convey them to customers.”
He told Kashmir Reader that they want to cater to unemployment.
He said that they have been in the market for the past 15 days and are delivering good items of linked restaurants to customers within the radius of 5 to 10 kilometers within 10 to 20 minutes.
He said that they want to link other shops through their IT based delivery system.