KipleMall to assist students in going cashless


PETALING JAYA: Kiplepay Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Green Packet Bhd, is continuing its commitment to empower Malaysian students with cashless solutions with the launch of KipleMall, an online marketplace accessed through the Kiple mobile application.

This follows the recent introduction of its Visa Prepaid Card that provides students the opportunity to go cashless everywhere, with instant access to over 70 million merchants worldwide, both offline and online.

KipleMall, an online marketplace, is a curated platform for students to shop for all their essential educational materials.

“Interested merchants with products and services relevant to students can come onboard KipleMall and potentially reach out to more than 280,000 students from Kiple’s existing partnerships with major local universities,” Kiple said in a statement.

“Through KipleMall, universities can also get into co-brand partnerships with the platform, utilising it as a more efficient channel to sell their products and services to students.

“Universities can create a co-branded platform with KipleMall, via KipleUNI Community in the Kiple app or their own e-wallet.

“They can then personalise the materials for their own students according to their respective establishments,” it added.

It noted that besides leveraging on Kiple’s wide merchant base, universities can also register as a master merchant where they will be able to curate their own set of sub merchants according to their students’ requirements.

“Students within the same campus can carry out online peer-to-peer selling and purchasing of products via KipleMall.

“For instance, senior students will be able to sell second-hand academic reference books or gadgets to junior students, all within a trusted and safe environment,” it said.

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