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The Singapore based ecommerce enabler digitised over 20,000 Singapore businesses with 150% GMV growth over the previous quarter

 

SINGAPORE – Media OutReach – 12 October 2020 – Shopmatic, leading  international e-commerce enabler has registered revenues of over S$5.5M in the first half of 2020 exceeding its targets by 190%. Riding on an upward trajectory with its tech-enabled solutions for the countries’ SME and entrepreneur sectors, Shopmatic achieved a positive EBITDA  of 30%  –  a year earlier than originally projected. 

The Company has also witnessed a 150% growth from its Singapore customers over the previous quarter in transactions and GMV, a testament to the digital wave which has been accelerated due to the effects of COVID-19. 

On the back of its customer-centric initiatives, cost-effective services and feature-intensive portfolio, Shopmatic ended the first quarter with 200% growth in transactions, revenue, and GMV. 

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In April 2020, when the initial faltering of the economy was felt due to the pandemic, Shopmatic focused its efforts on providing managed solutions through one of its locally acquired companies- CombineSell Pte Ltd. This move was to help move Singapore’s SMEs offline to online by providing them an opportunity to outsource their digital team. During the last 6 months, Shopmatic as a group has enabled over 6000 Singaporean businesses to digitise and generate significant customer revenues by helping businesses sell through marketplaces, social media commerce and their webstores. 

Shopmatic has also expanded its Singapore team basing its strategy around hiring great local talent, training them and giving them an opportunity to contribute to the success path of a multinational ecommerce leader  that is currently experiencing high-growth.

Speaking on the development, Mr. Anurag Avula, CEO, Shopmatic, said, “We have been especially proud that we were able to build our organisation in Singapore to help local businesses as well as exporting our technology and industry know-hows to other markets yet to experience the same growth in the eCommerce sector. We are delighted to witness the  success of thousands of aspiring entrepreneurs that use the Shopmatic platform with the desire to succeed in the digital realm. I would like to acknowledge our critical constituents – our customers, partners & colleagues who have been a part of this wonderfully purpose driven journey.”

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As an e-commerce solutions provider, Shopmatic brings several elements of the e-commerce landscape onto a single platform to help SMEs and individual entrepreneurs take their businesses online. From creating a customized online store, selling through social & chat commerce, selling on multiple marketplaces with integrated global payment options and shipping solutions, creating & promoting digital advertising Shopmatic makes it easy for anyone to sell online.  

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What started as a 3 member founding team, has now grown to a 120 member global team operating in India, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and other markets. The Company continues to drive innovation in ecommerce and promises to announce more offerings on its platform in the near future. 

About Shopmatic

Founded in December 2014, Shopmatic has been driving game-changing strategies in the ecommerce space and has engineered itself to stay focused on helping its customers succeed.

With its acquisitions of CombineSell and Octopus in 2019, Shopmatic is driving an omnichannel play for individual entrepreneurs and businesses in emerging markets, by enabling the entire ecommerce-&-retail-management ecosystems for them to succeed. 

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From a domain name to easy integrations with domestic and international payment gateways and shipping partners, to getting discovered via a unique, curated platform- Shopmatic World & multiple marketplaces, to POS, Inventory Management and CRM solutions, Shopmatic helps business owners manage the full spectrum of what is required to grow their business.

Shopmatic has 570,000+ customers today. Shopmatic is headquartered in Singapore with a presence in India, Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Philippines and UAE. The company is quickly expanding to the rest of South-East Asia, this year.

Shopmatic has raised 20M SGD from its incorporation till date with August One, SEEDS Capital and a consortium of investors.

For more information on the Shopmatic Group, please visit www.goshopmatic.com or contact media@goshopmatic.com.

Shopmatic achieves revenues of S$5.5M with an EBITDA margin of 30% and aims to be a $100M business in 4 years

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