With their sights in the future and a burning passion for stamps, coins and Historical newspapers, the India’s First BSE Listed Philately and Numismatics Company Rudraksh Cap-Tech recently announced their intent to get listed at Luxemburg stock exchange. This announcement has been made by the buyer of old and memorable Indian stamps, rare coins, historically significant editions of newspapers, and autographs soon after the company declared that they are soon going to be NSE listed. Rudraksh Cap-tech Limited became the first BSE listed philately and numismatics company in India in September this year.
In a recent press conference held by the company, Anirudh Sethi, whose vision laid the first stone for the company, told the press that company has conceived the blue print of the plans to diversify Rudraksh Cap-Tech business interests in the fields of philately and numismatics. “We don’t only engage in selling and buying stamps, coins and historic newspapers, but we also want to work in an advisory capacity to help collectors of these items in choosing and buying the rarest of the rare stamps, coins etc at best prices”, told Sethi during a press conference.
“The process of stamp or coin collection starts right from online searching, which essentially boils down to searching in online directories. Many don’t recognize that it’s not just a hobby, but also a business opportunity”, Anirudh Seth argued during the press conference.
Getting NSE and Luxemburg stock exchange listed will allow the company to have a better foot hold in the local and international markets and maintain their position as the industry leaders. Rudraksh Cap-Tech believes that their patron’s trust is a key to their success.
“We look forward to getting listed as an NSE company too, which we believe would happen only in a matter of time. Our visionary and CEO Anirudh Sethi will soon fly to Luxemburg to generate interest about stamp and coin collection among non-resident Indians and foreigners”, said Kumar Acharya, a spokesperson of Rudraksh Cap-Tech.
Rudraksh Cap-Tech deals in stamps, coins and Historical newspapers. The company will open India’s first National Historical Newspaper Museum in Baroda/Gujarat/India.
They have already started sale of Stamps From online website: www.Indianstampghar.com
Rudraksh Cap-Tech future projects include having their own auction house and conducting auction for Stamps, Coins, Currency, Newspapers and Autographs and they are interested to Buy International Auction house and Philatelic company too. Rudraksh Cap-Tech enjoys a monopoly at this moment in the country.
To know more, visit http://www.rudrakshcap-tech.com/