Covid-19 has seen to be impacting many local businesses adversely including local durian sellers. The Covid-19 outbreak has impacted the sales of local durians due to the low business-to-business (B2B) demand from the bakery and confectionery sector, as well as the food and beverage merchants.
In a bid to help the durian sellers sustain their incomes and give Malaysians their durian fix, Shopee will be featuring both Shan Cheng Durian and Mountain Cat, along with 500 other durian and fruit sellers in its 6.6 Super Sale happening from now to 6 June 2020. Durians will be on Shocking Sale at RM0.66 with an added 10% in-store discount for selected sellers throughout the campaign.
“We caution all sellers to ensure that they are able to fulfil the orders – supply, packaging and logistics – prior to selling. We understand that this may be daunting for first-time online sellers and as such, assigned a dedicated team to assist those in need of help. They can reach out to us at http://tiny.cc/shopeefresh and we will be in touch,” shared Ian Ho, Regional Managing Director of Shopee.
There will also be a 6.6 Shopee Live Festival featuring Taiwanese pop stars Alien Huang, Emma Wu, Tiffany Hsu, Sam Tseng and Blaire Chang as well as local stars Nabila Razali, Pongpong, Shalma Eliana and Yonnyboii. The session will culminate with Malaysia’s queen of pop Dato’ Sri Siti Nurhaliza on 6 June. Users can also play Shopee Poly, Shopee Treasure Box, Shopee Catch, Flip & Match and more to keep entertained.
For more information, visit www.shopee.com.my or download Shopee App through the App Store or Google Play.
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