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|Type of business||Private|
Type of site
|E-commerce, E-Wallet, Grocery, Local search|
|Services||Online shopping, Online Grocery, mobile payments, Local search engine|
|Subsidiaries||Getit Stores, Getit Grocery, Getit E-wallet, Mebelkart|
Getit is a defunct directional media company in India. It's services included E-wallet, E-commerce, Grocery, Local search, yellow pages, white pages directories, classified media, and tele-information services. It operated in 56 cities in India. The logo of Ask me was designed by Joel James. Getit offered services such as print, voice, online and mobile platforms. Investors in the company included Malaysia based Astro and Helion Venture Partners. The company is engaged in a battle with its shareholders and debtors. There are cases in NCLT involving disputes among minority shareholders: Sanjeev Gupta (ex-MD and family) and Astro Entertainment Network Ltd. Sanjeev Gupta has been accused of not paying the salaries to the employees & dues to the debtors and sellers.Dispute Resolution and M&A and Criminalisation of Civil Disputes
- In 2002, Getit introduced segmented yellow pages for Business-to-business Industrial users and B2C residential/official consumers.
- In 2012, Getit launched its Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) search for mobiles on m.getit.in.
- In 2013 Astro's Getit buys Infomedia yellow pages and Askme
- AskMeFurniture (Mebelkart.com)
- Askme.com acquires online grocery market place Bestatlowest.com. The site was closed in 2017.
- "Getit eyes Rs 500 crore turnover by 2015; to expand across India". The Economic Times. 16 October 2011.
- "Getit launches new directory edition". The Times Of India. 16 October 2011.
- "Astro's Getit buys Infomedia Yellow Pages & AskMe - Exchange4media". Indian Advertising Media & Marketing News – exchange4media. Retrieved 5 September 2023.
- askme acquires online grocery marketplace vccircle.com 18 May 2015[dead link]