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Popwonders is Malaysia’s new e-commerce platform for monthly subscription boxes | Malay Mail

Popwonders is Malaysia’s new e-commerce platform for monthly subscription boxes | Malay Mail

2/9/2020 8:59:00 AM

Popwonders is Malaysia’s new e-commerce platform for monthly subscription boxes | Malay Mail

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 — Popwonders — the first e-commerce marketplace specialising in product and service subscription — will officially launch in the third quarter of 2020. They aim to help small and medium business owners to generate predictable revenue streams with fewer inventory...

 for RM50 per month. These boxes will be sent to your doorstep every month and they will contain several items to do with the subscription — kind of like surprise gifts.You can shop via categories, look through their featured sale, best-selling products and the most viewed. To learn more information about a specific subscription box, you can read the description section on their page.

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The subscription-based e-commerce site also includes services that don’t come in a box. For example, for RM399 a month you can get the Miracle V-Shape Face Treatment— a face treatment that can help make your face look more chiseled.According to their press release, Popwonders aspires to “prop up the retail fad in Malaysia by helping small and medium business owners expanding their business online through this e-commerce platform”. Merchants or retailers can list their products and use the backend system for free. Popwonders will then automate processing and transactions, and charges a minimal fee to the customers for each transaction.

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