The company informed the exchanges on Saturday that these special vouchers can be availed on buying Trident products. This was made possible through an exclusive tie-up with India’s leading e-commerce platform Flipkart.
Furthermore, extending their gratitude, Trident is also offering exclusive gift vouchers to their employees and associates. These vouchers can be availed on two websites exclusively developed by Trident for their Diwali Sale. This initiative has been very well received both by Trident shareholders as well as their employees.
Despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, Trident Group was among the few organizations that stood strong and in fact, emerged gracious than ever before. The company took to social media several times to thank their shareholders, employees and customers for being rock solid and standing by the Group during the toughest time in the history of mankind.
At around 10.00 am, Trident Ltd is trading at Rs7.28 per piece down by Rs0.03 or 0.41% from its previous closing of Rs7.31 per piece on the BSE.