By: Business World
On-demand service app MyKuya announces that its users can now use the app to shop in SM Supermalls as quarantine measures “inspired [the company] to continue expanding its horizons for the comfort of the Filipino people,” a statement read.
“In terms of demand [it’s now] 700% than it was before the pandemic and before the quarantine,” Shahab Shabibi, founder of MyKuya, said in an online conference on May 12.
The addition of enterprise partners, he said, was a response to demand for more variety as it allows customers to buy items from shops inside SM malls.
“By partnering with SM, we are able to provide our customers the convenience and safety that they seek during these difficult times when it comes to getting their desired food and other products,” he said in a release.
Among the services the app provides are messenger services, personal shopper service, grocery delivery, and other errands. The app has also partnered with Ministop, Ayala Malls, and Lucky Chinatown Mall.
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