Online Businesses in the Philippines
Filipinos have been embracing the local market. Especially with the young demographics, Filipino-built businesses trend due to a bigger tech-savvy audience. The following are some of many startups that currently dominate the tech market in the Philippines:
eCFulfill aims to help entrepreneurs, even the non-tech-savvy nes, to have a hassle-free experience in setting up their online businesses. They handle all the necessary processes including the registration, online store management, marketing, until the inventory and warehouse management.
2. Booky Manila
Booky is a mobile application that lets you know the information of restaurants, fitness studios, and beauty services. They provide a free trial in which you can redeem buy 1 take 1 promo from different restaurants and cafes. After the free trial, you can still use the app for just Php 199 a month.
Pushcart is an online grocery shop that will deliver your groceries in your doorstep. You can prevent traffic, save time, and provide convenience by shopping online. They support and partner with organic and local businesses to supply the items available on the platform.
Coins.ph is a blockchain financial service that allows users to access wallets, payments, remittances, and such through their phones. They aim to increase financial inclusion to the market by providing an application that can be used even without a bank account. They guarantee it to be safe, convenient and accepts cheaper transaction fees.
Payo aims to simplify the Cash On Delivery process to help both buyers and sellers. Due to the low market population that uses digital payments, the founders saw that the Philippines need this kind of application. Their services include “fraud detection, data analysis, and courier optimization, aimed to empower the merchants with abilities to seize control of the COD process, reduce cancellations and increase revenues.”