Apart from 100 designers who have cooperated with Zalora Marketplace since its soft opening in March, Zalora is looking for new faces to strengthen the new e-commerce site.
Nguyen Phuong Anh, managing director of Zalora Vietnam, said that “with Zalora Marketplace, local fashion designers and retailers just need to sign up for an online store and publish their products’ images and descriptions and prices. Then we will handle the orders and delivery services to customers.”
Some popular brands who have large transactions on the website are male fashion items of Kin Concept by veteran designer Nguyen Cong Tri, B21 (By Twenty One) by Truong Thanh Long and The Mike Style by the 24-year-old entrepreneur/designer Mike Nguyen. Some highlights for woman fashion are Coco Sin by two businesswomen/designers Vu Thi Kim Yen and Tran Thi Mai Huong, and the Denimista & Callia brand by businessman Vo Van Phuc and designer Kim Ngan.
“Local young designers have impressed us for their creative products. Marketplace was born with an aim to help them introduce their creations to a larger market that they have dreamed of,” said Tyler Norwood, head of Marketplace Vietnam.
Zalora Marketplace is connecting fashion designers to millions of customers nationwide who have traded on the website www.zalora.vn.
Brands/retailers/designers can register to be a partner of Zalora Marketplace at http://ift.tt/1moDEFF.
The online fashion Zalora Group which is backed by German ecommerce group Rocket Internet has operated in Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Brunei, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand.
Zalora Vietnam was launched in March 2012. It has had over 25,000 fashion items for men and women from over 300 local and international brands.
Đăng ký: VietNam News