Malaysian online fashion retailer opens up site to Ramadan F&B sellers

FashionValet is usually known for just fashion. This time however, it aims to help out small businesses sell their Ramadan wares online.

Malaysian e-commerce fashion site FashionValet has launched a new platform for food and beverage sellers. It allows them to list their menu and contact details for customers to place direct orders, whether it may be satay, ayam percik, kuih-muih or air tebu.

The aim is to help the local community reach more customers by connecting sellers and an audience. It also hopes that food sellers will continue to have an opportunity to offer their products as they would at a physical Ramadan bazaar.

Although not known for food, FashionValet is hoping sellers are able to use their daily high traffic as an advantage to help small businesses operate under the movement control order. Anyone can sign up for the new platform on its site, with zero fees or commissions imposed.

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