Leading brands join Shopee in 1st ever Super Brands Festival

posted September 04, 2018 at 05:57 pm
by  Manila Standard
Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, announces the upcoming Super Brands Festival happening on September 5, featuring the largest collection of deals from top brands on Shopee Mall. As part of Shopee’s biggest annual regional shopping event, Shopee 9.9 Super Shopping Day, leading Shopee Mall brands across all categories, including Samsung, P&G, Vivo, Bosch, Colgate-Palmolive, Penshoppe, Mossimo, Silverworks, and Drypers, will come together to bring users tens of thousands of deals for 24 hours on September 5. Users can look forward to discounts of up to 80% off, flash deals, over ₱200,000 vouchers to giveaway, and exclusive gifts from their favourite brands.

Leading brands join Shopee in 1st ever Super Brands Festival
Shop tens of thousands of deals at up to 80% off from top brands including Samsung, Vivo, Colgate-Palmolive, P&G and many more ​
 “Shopee is the first e-commerce in the Philippines to bring users a premium online shopping experience with the launch of Shopee Mall in April. We have received extremely positive feedback for Shopee Mall so far, and as an extension, will be launching the first-ever Super Brands Festival to bring users even more exciting and exclusive deals from their favourite brands. Super Brands Festival marks a major milestone for Shopee as the most extensive collaboration with our brand partners to date. Coupled with the increased scale of this year’s 9.9 Super Shopping Day, we are positive that our participating brand partners can enjoy extended reach and sales uplift,” said Jane Lim, Director of Shopee Philippines. 

Hazel Bascon, Vice President and Head of Sales of Vivo, added: “Since launching the Vivo Official Store on Shopee this year in 2018, Shopee has continued to provide us with the necessary operational and marketing support to reach out to our consumers. During Vivo Day which ran exclusively on Shopee last July, we were able to leverage Shopee’s extensive user base to achieve more than 50% increase in orders. We are excited to be part of Shopee’s Super Brands Festival and we look forward to bringing Shopee users the best deals from Vivo this September 5.”

  Super Brands Festival is part of a series of daily themed days that kicked off on 30 Aug in the lead up to the peak of 9.9 Super Shopping Day on 9 September. All products featured on Super Brands Festival fall under Shopee Mall, and come with 7-day free returns, 100% authentic guarantee, and nationwide free shipping with lowered minimum spend. Shoppers can also get an additional 20% off Shopee Mall products with the code SHOPEE99SBF on September 5, valid for new users for all Official Shops on Shopee Mall.

This year’s Shopee 9.9 Super Shopping Day is co-presented by Grab, Cebu Pacific, BPI, SM Advantage, ABS-CBN Publishing, and ABS-CBN Store. Joining Shopee in its biggest sale of the year, Grab will be giving ₱9,000 worth of Grab rides each to 99 Shopee users; while Cebu Pacific will be giving round trip tickets to Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Kota Kinabalu, Bali and Siem Reap. In addition, the campaign is also supported by its official partners Black Arrow Express, Freenet, Citibank, Maybank, PNB and Robinsons Bank.

Check out the rest of the Super Themed Days in the lead up to Shopee 9.9 Super Shopping Day on 9 September. For more information visit https://shopee.ph/99.

Visit https://shopee.ph or download the Shopee app for free on Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

Topics: Shopee Philippines , Jane Lim , Hazel Bascon , Vivo Official Store
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