OLX India CEO Talks Future of Pre-Owned Market Post-Acquisition

OLX India aims to enhance the user experience through its strategic focus on classifieds and recent partnerships.

  • OLX India aims to enhance the user experience through its strategic focus on classifieds and recent partnerships.
  • Trust and safety remain top priorities with measures like user verification and collaboration with law enforcement.
  • Technology and partnerships with companies like Cars24 and Royal Enfield will drive OLX’s growth and user satisfaction.

OLX India, a leader in the online classifieds market, is set to enhance user experience and safety following its acquisition by CarTrade Tech. In a conversation with CEO Amit Kumar, he highlighted how OLX’s combined user base has now reached over 70 million active users. This strategic focus aims to unlock significant consumer value in categories such as used cars, bikes, real estate, and consumer durables through product-led solutions based on deep consumer insights.

Trust and safety are top priorities for OLX. The company employs multiple measures to protect users, including safety videos, proactive fraud detection, robust buyer and seller verification, and a dedicated support helpline. These initiatives ensure a secure and trustworthy platform for all users.

OLX is also leveraging technology to enhance user experience. By integrating advanced technologies like AI, data analytics, and machine learning, OLX offers personalized recommendations, secure payment options, and optimized transactions. Strategic partnerships with companies like Cars24 and Royal Enfield further enhance the platform, providing users with a seamless experience in buying and selling pre-owned goods.

Looking ahead, OLX India aims to strengthen its leadership in the online classifieds market by deepening its focus on key categories, implementing advanced tech solutions, and expanding partnerships. The company’s long-term vision includes maintaining a safe, trustworthy, and user-friendly platform for millions of Indian consumers.