In India a new service that offer coordinated online shopping from small, local grocers with a different twist. Its called AaramShop, what makes them particularly interesting is its Facebook application, which lets consumers shop through its service on Facebook as well.
Now in beta, AaramShop offers neighborhood retailers a free online storefront on its multivendor site. Consumers use the service by shopping online for groceries and then selecting the participating retailer they prefer in their area; currently, New Delhi, Gurgaon and Noida are the three areas covered by the service. Shopping can be done on the AaramShop site directly or through its Facebook application. Either way, once the consumer’s shopping is complete, the order is instantly transmitted to the selected retailer, who is responsible for making prompt delivery. Consumers only pay the retailer once delivery is made. Using AaramShop is free for both consumers and retailers. The benefits of a bigger, coordinated online presence are clear for small, local retailers who may otherwise be drowned out by larger competitors online. For time-strapped consumers, meanwhile, shopping capabilities not just online but through Facebook offer an extra measure of convenience. One to emulate here in the Philippines and i’m sure this is again a patok negosyo idea.
Hi there, thanks for writing about AaramShop. I represent the company. It is a free to use service and we would be happy to collaborate with anyone who is interested to use the Service in Philippines. Do get in touch.
how much “real” money do i need to represent your business here in philippines. thanks. am interested. no con pls.
How do this work and how much do i need for starters?