Philippines is known for its unique and vibrant art scene.
But the Philippines has one of the lowest levels of craft shops per capita in the world.
That’s where hobby shop e-commerce startup eGadgets Philippines is stepping in.
As of last year, the company launched an online marketplace for small businesses that allows users to sell their wares online and receive discounts.
Now, they’re looking to add the Philippines to the list of markets where they’ll offer discounts to small businesses.
As part of the partnership, eGads Philippines will be able to offer discounts on crafts, home improvement, and home decor items.
It’s not the first time that eGadas Philippines has made a push into the Philippines market.
In 2017, it partnered with e-shopping site ShopMyMoney to offer an online shop discount on all items over $10.
However, the e-shop business is still a niche market in the country, so the company is hoping that it can reach more people.
eGADS Philippines CEO Paulino Nacional said that his company is looking for local and regional entrepreneurs who are passionate about their craft and who can bring the same passion to the marketplace.
He said that the company will be using the eGades platform to provide a platform for the local market, which means local people can get discounts on things that they’d never be able find anywhere else.
The company plans to focus on crafts that require specific skills, such as carpentry, metalworking, or woodworking.
It plans to partner with local companies, such that people with the necessary skills can easily shop for their products online.
eDisco Philippines is also looking to expand its online shopping platform, but the company’s focus will be on home improvement.
Nacion said that they want to offer more personalized products to small business owners, who are not satisfied with the existing marketplace for crafts.
The startup plans to offer a special price for its customers who are buying furniture and home improvement products from its platform.
For more details on eGadex, read our interview with Paulino.
“The Philippines is the perfect market for eGdios Philippines,” said Nacions VP of Marketing and Marketing, Luis M. Perna.
“There are a lot of small-time sellers in the area, and our goal is to connect them with the world of eGados Philippines.
We want to bring a new level of commerce to the Philippines.” eGado Philippines, which was founded in 2016, has partnered with Etsy to offer its online store for local buyers.
eGados Philippines has already partnered with a number of other local vendors and crafts shops, including Home Improvement and Home Jewelry, to offer discounted items on their platforms.
As an online business, the startup has been able to connect with thousands of local sellers.
In fact, eDco Philippines has grown its user base from 3,000 in 2017 to almost 6,000 members, thanks to the collaboration with Etsy.
This is the same number that the eBits Philippines group of crafts shops has.