E-grocer makes shopping much easier
A website establishing by a group of college graduates in Shanghai has provided the shoppers with timely deliveries of fresh vegetables, meat, fruits and flavoring which are necessary for a meal with one quick click.
“We have made shopping for food easier and convenient,” said Yanghua, one of the founders of gv123.com, a new online food store in shanghai. “It is a way of life more than just a simple convenience, because this concept of store is accepted and accustomed by our consumers.”
Yang and his colleagues believe it is the trend of shopping revolution. The E-grocer offers a wide range of choices of fresh and clean foods at discount prices compared with the wet market to the customers who just need to stay at home with one click.
The business has achieved a big success five months later after its establishment with more than 100 orders a day. This is beyond the expectation of its founder Yang who is very happy to see the growing business and considering hiring more deliverers. Yang is a 28-year-old graduate and loves E-commerce. Last November he started the business with his friends.
Aiming to solve real problem, he tried to launch this store in order to solve the conflict between the scarce time of the workers who are very tired after work and the necessity for the fresh foods.
Other than providing convenience for working people, the business can also help elders who can not get to wet markets or supermarkets. They now just need a call in their phones.
Yang now is considering new plans to make further inroads into the food market after five months into the business.
Being aware of the preference of the customers who like high quality of foods, yang said he is planning to provide branded healthy products such as eco-friendly vegetables supplied by reputed suppliers. He believes it will bring bigger marginal profits. He also intends to expand the shop’s portfolio to processed food.
According to yang, this will not only meet the customers’ need but also create more job opportunities if he launches such a manufacturing division. In addition, he welcomes new college graduates to join in his team pursuing a highly promising business.
At last trying to eliminating the misunderstanding of e-grocer by graduates and other people, he explains his business which in other words is e-commerce, aims to make people’ life easier and convenient. He believes new opportunities will emerge as long as they are always conceiving new ideas of improving people’s life.
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