Ding Arancon, owner of Craft Carrot with Derrick Heng, Head of Globe myBusiness at the recently concluded 11th WWG
The online community is getting bigger and wider nowadays, and with the help of the rampant pace of social media and technological enhancements such as hi-tech gadgets and online apps to simplify business, it comes to no surprise that even online shopping is now a trend. Entrepreneurs that delved into the eCommerce industry are currently trying to market their brand and products or services they offer the best and most efficient way they can.
Last year, Globe myBusiness has established a solid partnership with Shopify - the number one eCommerce platform in the world. With Shopify enabling business owners to have their own online shop and business eCommerce management platform, this gives opportunity to expand their business without the hassle. This last quarter of the year, they will be offering new add-ons for Globe myBusiness customers through their partnerships with logistics services (Xend), design and set-up services (Ropo), digital advertising services (AdSpark) and payment services.
Aside from Globe myBusiness partnering up with several existing customers to set-up their store inside Globe Gen3 stores around the metro, the existing Shopify sellers no longer need to look for external agencies for services such as the aforementioned add-ons. Everything in the eCommerce world that every SME would need, Shopify has them. It’s an all-in-one package for all Globe myBusiness customers.
Aligned with the Globe purpose, Globe myBusiness is definitely making businesses flourish. Their partnership with Shopify, Xend, Ropo and AdSpark strengthens the business customers by creating an avenue for them to feature their products in a more diversified digital platform.
Neon Island, a Filipino online clothing store founded in 2013 by Aira Medina and Chi Gibbs, together with Craft Carrot Art Tools, Inc., a provider of quality art materials and craft supplies for professional artists, hobbyists, and DIY enthusiasts, are one of the businesses that is featured during WWG at the ICONIC store in BGC, Taguig City. They are able to maintain the small footprint thanks to Shopify. Their inventory is properly stowed and accounted for using the eCommerce app. Selling their products are simplified using a tablet for browsing products to closing the deal.
“The main objective of this project is to reiterate the company’s advocacy to help improve the lives of every Filipino. Through this project, we are able to help our SME consumers / customers to have a better marketing strategy to promote their brand,” said Barbie Dapul, Globe myBusiness VP. “And what better way to market their brand but to put them at one of Globe Telecom’s biggest event of the year - the WWG.” Dapul added.
Shopify, the number one eCommerce platform in the world partnered with Globe myBusiness to help the SMEs tap the eCommerce industry, has launched the smallest store project with other business partners’ stalls in all Gen3 stores and its surrounding locations.
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