“The DTI is happy to partner with Shopee once again for the ASEAN Online Sale Day to support our goal of driving e-commerce forward in the Philippines. We are humbled to have connected even more buyers with quality products through Shopee’s platform. We will continue to craft even more projects and initiatives that will push for e-commerce growth across the country.” – Marievic M. Bonoan, Director at the DTI – Bureau of Domestic Trade Promotion.
Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, launched its third ASEAN Online Sale Day in partnership with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the Bureau of International Trade Relations (BITR) last August 8 to 10. This annual sale celebrated the 55th founding anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) by showcasing different local and regional products on Shopee’s platform. Over the last three years, the ASEAN Online Sale has consistently offered users a wide range of quality products from across the region to offer users an enjoyable online shopping experience.
Shopee’s continued partnership with the DTI for the third iteration of the ASEAN Online Sale is a testament to both organizations’ commitment to make quality products even more accessible for users all over the Philippines. Throughout the duration of the sale, Filipinos were able to conveniently shop for their favorite Southeast Asian products on Shopee.
“Through our partnership with the DTI for the ASEAN Online Sale, we strengthen our commitment to transcend borders and make online shopping more accessible and convenient for our users. We are thrilled to offer our users quality products from all over the region. We look forward to maximizing our platform’s reach to deliver an even better online shopping experience for all.” – Martin Yu, Director at Shopee Philippines.
During this year’s campaign, Shopee users enjoyed discounts of up to 90% off and exclusive vouchers on a wide assortment of products from Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines.