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Pranzol Ponishare-verified.png
Native name Pranzol
Type Private
Industry Ecommerce
Founder(s) Md. Saibal Mahmud
Headquarters Dhaka, Bangladesh
Area served Worldwide
Key people Md. Saibal Mahmud (Founder & CEO)
Services Ecommerce Solutions
Employees 12 - 50
Website pranzol.com

Pranzol is a multivendor ecommerce store based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pranzol is an e-commerce platform that started up in 2022. It lets multiple sellers sell their goods and services on a single website. Pranzol acts as a middleman between buyers and sellers, making it easy for customers to shop for a wide range of goods and services in one place.

Md. Saibal Mahmud, a young and dynamic entrepreneur from Pranzol, Dhaka, Bangladesh, is the founder and CEO of Pranzol. The company started its journey on 13th December 2022 and has 18 employees. Now Pranzol is grown as one of the best ecommerce companies in Bangladesh.[1]

One of the key benefits of Pranzol’s multi-vendor e-commerce platform is that it allows small and medium-sized businesses to easily sell their products and services online without having to create their own website or handle the logistics of shipping and fulfilment. Additionally, customers have access to a wide variety of products and services, increasing the likelihood that they will find what they are looking for.

Founder

Md. Saibal Mahmud is a successful entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of Pranzol, a leading company in the industry. With his innovative ideas and business acumen, he has driven Pranzol to become a well-respected and thriving business. Under his leadership, the company has achieved significant growth and success and continues to be a major player in the market. Mr Mahmud's dedication to his work and passion for delivering top-quality products and services has made him a respected figure in the business community. in Bangladesh.

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