adobomall launched

Posted on Nov 27 2017 - 12:47pm by Reynaldo Vicente

adobomall, an online shopping mall that brings together a selection of over 300 local and international brands, was launched. Obviously names after the Filipino’s favorite dish, adobomall carries the “bayong” or the shopping bag of Filipinos, as its logo.

According to Walt StevenYoung, adobomall’s chief executive officer and founder, adobomall is a connection between the Philippines and our lifestyle, giving app users the online mall shopping experience anytime, anywhere as they click through each brand or store. “You need not brave the traffic or inconvenienced shopping in a mall as what you can experience online is actually what are inside a mall. The site is seamless and functional where it brings the feel of the mall that we want it,” he said.

All products found in the app are authentic, absolutely no fakes. Shoppers who browse the site (www.adobomall.com) can choose from an array of products ranging from fashion and apparel, active lifestyle, tech and gadgets, bath and body care, home, toys and novelties, and a lot more. As a one-stop shop place, shopping can be faster and convenient with adobomall.

Young said the biggest value we bring is that we are the only platform that is purely authentic and genuine. “When it comes to authenticity, trust and having the technological capacity, it’s adobomall. We want our mall to be a contributor to the world.”

For its customers, adobomall provides delivery support for up to two to three days from the actual shopping in Metro Manila, and from five to seven days nationwide, from Batanes to Jolo.

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Aside from being a one-stop shop place, adodomall also pioneers a new way of shopping with the launching of its augmented reality (AR) shopping experience. This technology allows customers to unlock special deals and discounts according to users’ interests at specific geo-tagged locations.

adobomall also developed the very first smart and sensitive app in the Philippines that adapts to the customer’s unique preferences and environment. The app will eventually suggest specific products, discounts and deals according to one’s location, environment and even one’s mood.

Apart from these, adobomall is the first platform to deliver insightful, streamlined, back-end data or Big Data which provides in real time, merchants with the necessary information to enhance their services, products and marketing calendars. Merchants can also customize their own adobomall storefront to help strengthen their brand’s identity, equity and experience.

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REYNALDO “Rey” R. VICENTE’s career experience involves mostly research in publishing companies. He previously held the position of Research and Events Director of Media G8way Corp., publisher of Computerworld Philippines (CWP), PC World Philippines, and IT Resource. He also handled events organized for CWP. Prior to this, he was a Research Head of a business publication. Now as co-publisher of Upgrade Magazine, Rey also serves as Managing Editor. Rey finished his bachelor’s degree majoring in Economics at the University of Santo Tomas.

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