EasyShop Now On Soft Launch For Online Sellers

Nelson Liao, Easyshop CEO

Online Shopping is very popular now in the Metro and in the Philippines. With more positive projections of mobile market booming exponentially, the market for online selling and shopping has got the attention.  

EasyShop.ph had their Seller’s Night Event last Saturday, May 17 in Greenhills, San Juan City, Philippines. Inviting Online Sellers to join in and register now and soon to start business on June 2014. 

Nelson Liao, Chief Executive Officer and President of EasyShop Online Inc, explained that their services are far from similar online platforms because they offer quicker transactions, no meet up required, and fast and secure payment schemes.

Transactions are as easy with no meet-up required, no scams as they are secured with payment system, delivery makes less hassle of commuting, and protects both the seller and customer with quality products.

He also shared that they are partnering with local mobile brands which sells an average of 1 million units per month to be part of their pre-installed apps which will also give a million potential customers for the easyshop.ph network.

To get started, you just first to the website (easyshop.ph). Register with your details, and verify with your email, and then start uploading and start selling!

For buyers, well you might have to wait until June as they will make their grand launch with a lot of categories to choose from. From gadgets, to furniture, books and many more. And with payments like credit card, bank deposit, dragonpay or cash on delivery gives more options for  more convenient shopping. 

The applications of Easyshop are now scheduled to be launched in June available in both iOS and Android platforms. With the soft launch, Liao also announced that use of the website for online selling is FREE until November 1, 2014. 
EasyShop.ph has a partnership with Nelsoft Technology, Inc. and PoziHongkong Technology Ltd.—two reliable software development entities that handles the website.

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