Malaysia's Tealive partners Japan's giftee Inc


Tealive customers queuing up for their drinks. Giftee Malaysia has began sales of eGifts, compatible with Tealive services at more than 200 outlets in Malaysia (excluding AEON Delica and MaxValu outlets), beginning yesterday.

PETALING JAYA: Japan’s eGift service, giftee Inc, has made its foray into the Malaysian market by extending its business-oriented eGift System to homegrown bubble tea brand Tealive.

Local subsidiary Giftee Malaysia Sdn Bhd began sales of eGifts, compatible with Tealive services at more than 200 outlets in Malaysia (excluding AEON Delica and MaxValu outlets), beginning yesterday.

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