The Full-on Wedding is the funding source who has come up with a brilliant idea in India that is benefiting many other people. The wedding ceremonies these days are just like a fairytale in real. Everyone wants their wedding to be unique and full of energy and this all depends on the wedding planners who add the spark to the wedding. The childhood buddies Khusbhu Jagwani, Shalabh Jhalawas and Himanshu Jagwani are the masterminds behind the startup of the Full-On wedding.
These three childhood friends once decided to help out a couple with planning a full-on wedding without letting him take any stress unknown of the fact that this help would soon turn into building a plan that would help 15k couples to plan out the hitch-free weddings. The story of starting the wedding plan started and the potential opportunities to organize the wedding space has thrown massive chasms. Moreover, the trio without wasting any time after their idea collecting good response started to hunt for various stakeholders industries who would grant them market valuation and potential vendors.
Soon after which the Fullonwedding became the part of the Fowks Infomedia Pvt Ltd and provides an online platform that helps in reducing the gap between the wedding vendors and families or other wedding planners. The services like venue search, complimentary access, packages, designs and decors, caterers, photographers, hair and makeup and everything included in a wedding is provided by the team. The Fullonwedding also develops personalized and contextual solutions for the customers and make them meet with genuine and official vendor’s offline.
Recently when the mastermind trio was asked about their journey, Khusboo came out saying; “Most other players in the space have built discovery platforms for wedding vendors, leading to high operational costs and costly customer acquisitions. Unlike them, Fullonwedding focuses on partnering with a curated set of wedding vendors and acts as an extended sales and marketing platform for them. This has made Fullonwedding a preferred partner for the wedding vendors and in turn grown its profit margins much faster than other existing players. With so many cultures and communities coming together in India, it is challenging to build a product that caters to this largely diverse industry.”
This is a brailing idea and we wish all the very must for the team who emerged this idea in India.