Ecommerce company Shopmatic offers full reimbursement to Singapore, India subscribers

Shopmatic, a Singapore-based e-commerce company that enables merchants to take their business online, has launched a month-long ‘Inspiring Entrepreneurship’ programme for merchants in India and Singapore.

​Shopmatic will fully reimburse the first 1,000 sellers from Singapore and India who subscribe for an annual plan. The programme is designed to inspire entrepreneurs and fuel their aspirations. 

The first-of-its-kind programme requires sellers to subscribe to the Annual Plan of Shopmatic (costing USD240 in India and SGD448 in Singapore) between July 17 to August 16, 2017, and get their sites ready and published during the period. 

Anurag Avula, Shopmatic CEO.
Anurag Avula, Shopmatic CEO. Photo Courtesy: Shopmatic

Commenting on this initiative, Anurag Avula, CEO of Shopmatic, said, “Shopmatic’s purpose has been to support local sellers and entrepreneurs in enabling them to create their identities online and in achieving their entrepreneurial ambitions. This is reflected in the platform that we have built for our customers, the guided free consulting that is provided to every customer and in the simple, transparent and cost-effective pricing that is available to every customer.” 

Shopmatic has enabled over 75,000 sellers to build their online presence in India, Singapore and Hong Kong with its web-based product Shopmatic Pro and Mobile App Shopmatic Go. It has also partnered with Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), PayPal, HDFC and many others to develop the e-commerce ecosystem in the countries that it operates in.

Founded in December 2014, Shopmatic is headquartered in Singapore and has offices in Gurgaon and Bangalore, India. For more information, please visit their website or contact them at media@goshopmatic.com.

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Tushaar Kuthiala
Tushaar Kuthiala – Senior Writer

Tushaar has five years experience as a journalist in founding two start-up newspapers. He worked as a special correspondent based in New Delhi with Daily World, an international media organisation. He enjoys reading and writing fiction in his spare time.

 

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