Shop Malaysia Online with JOCOM
With online groceries shopping trending upwards since the pandemic, great deals are still available for savvy consumers like you! If you have not heard of Jocom MShopping Sdn. Bhd. (JOCOM) before, here’s your chance to try them out and save RM30 for a minimum purchase of RM50.
The M-Commerce groceries platform in Malaysia is launching Shop Malaysia Online, a co-funded initiative with Malaysia Digital Economic Corporation (MDEC) under the Belanjawan 2021 plan. The promotion offers a discount of RM30 to new users with a minimum purchase of RM50 (promo code: JOMSMO30, one-time redemption). Existing users can enjoy a discount of RM20 with a minimum purchase of RM40 (promo code: JOMSMO20, with a redemption of up to 3 times). The promo codes are valid until 31 December 2021 on a first-come-first-serve basis and can be used on the JOCOM App and www.jocom.my only.
“This is the best way to enjoy the JOCOM experience, and we encourage everyone to take advantage of the promotions as soon as possible,” said Sharon Goh, JOCOM’s Chief Operating Officer.
That’s not all, if you are a micro SME or SME, you can take advantage of incentives worth RM2,550 for onboarding vendors on JOCOM, too. Co-funded by MDEC, the Go-eCommerce Onboarding programme, under Belanjawan 2021 (Go-eCommerce) will avail RM2,500 worth of incentives including product listing, design, marketing and advertising of the vendor’s products on the JOCOM platform as well as customer service, warehousing, packing, and delivery across Malaysia for the first year. Vendors need only to deliver the products to their Kuala Lumpur warehouse, and JOCOM will take care of the rest.
“The Go-eCommerce is aligned with our ongoing efforts to bring more micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs and SMEs) on board to offer their groceries and household products online to consumers in Malaysia,” said Goh, JOCOM’s Chief Operating Officer. “It is a good launching pad for those who are starting out as they can now offer their products online without paying a single sen.”
“The ultimate goal of the Go-eCommerce programme is to assist MSMEs and SMEs in accelerating their digital transformation journey during this pandemic,” she continued.
The warehouse can store items in up to three (3) different temperatures – room, chilled and frozen. “We run our own in-house logistics fleet to deliver products to Klang Valley customers and outsource deliveries outside of Klang Valley to our logistics partner. As such, we can only deliver room-temperature products to consumers outside of the Klang Valley,” Goh explained.
The Go-eCommerce programme is offered on a first-come-first-serve basis. Interested parties would need to sign a vendor onboarding contract with JOCOM and submit all the relevant documents from 1 July to 31 December 2021.
To register, visit https://jocom.my/banner_tnc.php?type=vendor_reg.