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Online shopping platform offers back over P900 M to PH clients

Online shopping and rewards platform ShopBack said it offered back P927 million to over 5.2 million clients nationwide after seven years of operating in the Philippines.

As of now, ShopBack has more than 600 partner dealers in the country, across industries going from travel, fashion, tech, and marketplaces.

Up to this point, its online shopping partner vendors, including Lazada, SHEIN, Shopee, Agoda, Klook and Samsung, have acknowledged over P23.5 Billion in Gross Merchandise Value.

Last year, ShopBack additionally launched its vouchers product offering to permit customers to save more and acquire extra cashback when they buy vouchers from dealers like FoodPanda, Metromart PureGo, and more.

“Since our launch in 2015, our primary goal has always been empower customers to be smarter shoppers,” said Prashant Kala, ShopBack Regional Director, APAC.

“With the ongoing travel resurgence, new brands onboard, and vouchers being launched, we are happy to continue serving our Filipino customers in the years to come,” he added.

“Partnering with ShopBack, you are able to use their channels to communicate your campaigns to a different set of users, and that in itself, is a very big value,” according to FoodPanda’s Head of Strategic Partnerships, Amer Bakshi.

“Because you are able to cross-promote on their channel, there’s a certain monetary value added to it where you could actually bring their customer onto your platform, which is the best part of it,” he elaborated.

“What we actually saw as the winning factor was integrating a lot of various channels,” confirmed Karla Suguitan, the Director of Brand and Community of Edamama Philippines.

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Tech

Wofret: Innovative E-Commerce Application

The ultimate in online shopping with Wofret! Above all, customer satisfaction is aimed!

Yunus Emre Kelkitli, who was born in Trabzon in 1985, moves to England to establish his future and to receive language education. After completing his language training in 2006, he returned to Turkey and fulfilled his military service. He develops himself by jumping into many fields such as internet cafe management, computer repair and social media method.

He returns to England in 2011 and establishes his own brand. Its brand named Natorheal has the first Turkish food patent. While achieving great success in a short time, he establishes his own software company. It started with a large team of 112 people, and its team has grown to reach 243 people. Kelkitli, who will bring him to even greater heights with his new project, is working hard with his teammates.

In e-commerce, which he thinks will be the profession of the future, Wofret was born by thinking of customer satisfaction above all else. Wofret is the number one e-commerce application in both Turkey and the UK. However, it is a huge trade bridge for these two countries. It prioritizes customer safety, thanks to the cyber security measures it carries out with its teammates.

Wofret, which prioritizes customer satisfaction, constantly renews itself and rises so much that it cannot be compared to other applications. None of the deficiencies found in other online sales and shopping platforms are found in Wofret. Alongside Wofret, there are always new applications to support.