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Published: Friday February 28, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Friday February 28, 2014 MYT 7:29:50 AM

Online commerce for everyone

Third birthday fanfare: BVMalls.com celebrating their anniversary at their new office at Oval Tower Damansara.

Third birthday fanfare: BVMalls.com celebrating their anniversary at their new office at Oval Tower Damansara.

MALAYSIAN online shopping website BVMalls.com celebrated its third anniversary with the opening of its new office recently.

Owned and managed by BossVenture Global, the company had moved from its old office in Wisma TA, Damansara Utama to the 30th floor of Oval Tower Damansara, giving its employees a bird’s eye view of Petaling Jaya city.

BVMalls (M) Sdn Bhd chief operating officer Richard Lim said the move was also tied to their celebration for hitting their target of 100,000 resellers worldwide.

“Our next target is to go into public listing and set up offices abroad,” he said, adding that he was aiming to hit 500,000 resellers by the end of this year.

Lim said that the company has resellers from more than 10 countries, including Indonesia, China and Taiwan.

“We provide business models for individuals to own a platform to source, promote and buy products on the website,” he said.

Lim added that individuals can buy almost everything from home and living products to electronic appliances and leather goods from their website.

The BVMalls.com mall is a source for resellers globally to participate in online businesses with their concept of “Now Everyone Can Be A Boss”.

BVMalls.com offers potential entrepreneurs a chance to venture into the world of virtual business at a fraction of the set-up and development cost normally required.

Through Business Optimisation Success Sharing (BOSS), this business model has synergised the efforts from participating licensees towards optimising business performance and sharing profits from sales generated globally.

Tags / Keywords: Business, Central Region, BVMalls, New office launching, online shopping


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