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Three weeks after announcing it was close to securing a substantial venture funding led by overseas investors, OfferMe, Australia’s first Group Buying Platform, is already in the process of consolidating daily deal sites.
Mr. Erick Teresa, Sales Manager of OfferMe, said there were over sixty Group Buying sites in Australia and smaller players had to find a way to stand out from the competition.
“Listing their deals on OfferMe’s Group Buying platform is the best way to increase their exposure and revenue,” he said.
“OfferMe’s business model is different from U.S. Group Buying site Groupon, OfferMe operates as an e-commerce platform for Group Buying with great functionality.”
Mr. Teresa said OfferMe had been preparing to open up its dedicated platform to other daily deal sites. Daily deal sites can list their deals on the OfferMe platform which provides value-added features including Secure Payment Gateways, marketing, customer support services and more.
“Daily deal sites pay nothing at all if the deal isn’t successful. They only pay a small transaction fee per item sold on our platform,” said Mr. Teresa.
“With our extensive experience and knowledge, we have received a very positive response from daily deal sites that want to participate in it.”
In order to provide the best deals for online shoppers and maximize revenue for the daily deal sites, OfferMe would only be able to work with a limited number of daily deal sites, said Mr. Teresa.
OfferMe was launched in August 2008 to gather the power of online communities to enjoy hassle-free bulk discount deals on products and services. To date, OfferMe shoppers have saved on average over 57% off each deal.
To find out more information about OfferMe, visit http://www.offerme.com.au
For further media information, contact Daisy Ng at OfferMe on 02 9268 0268 or email@example.com