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Shop offline from online sellers

Leading courier and logistics company LBC Express, Inc. is staging a bazaar where buyers can shop from and interact with their favorite online sellers in person. 

In addition to shopping, the bazaar is holding live engagement with customers, thought leaders, and influencers.
To make the event, dubbed “So Shop! A Social Sellers’ Bazaar Empowered by LBC,” doubly interesting, the company lists down five reasons why shoppers should head over to the SMX Convention Center at SM Mall of Asia on Oct. 5.

Shop ‘til you drop 

So Shop! offers a diverse and wide array of products such as cosmetics, clothes, household items, and fitness equipment. The whole bazaar caters to all types of shoppers from all walks of life. 

Shop offline

It’s a chance to hold, feel, and inspect an item before paying for them. Online sellers will now have a chance to meet their patrons while shoppers can score exclusive deals offered only during the bazaar. Online shoppers will get to personally choose their next purchase from an assortment of products from the booths of their favorite online shops.

Shop and learn

Get to see and interact with popular celebrity entrepreneurs and influencers, and listen to success stories.

Shoppers in the upcoming So Shop! bazaar can mingle and purchase from their favorite online sellers. 
Shop while mingling

Are you a fan of a specific online shop? Get to know the brains behind the creative ideas that have taken online shopping marketplace by storm.

Shop for an opportunity

Online entrepreneurs can learn how to effectively use LBC’s Cash on Pick up and Cash on Delivery services for their online businesses. As part of its mission to assist micro, small, and medium enterprises, LBC invites aspiring online entrepreneurs to see for themselves the opportunity that awaits them. Visiting each booth will also give them the idea of what products they want to sell or which ones actually sell.

Topics: LBC Express , So Shop! A Social Sellers , Shopping
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