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Guardian Brunei recently expanded its digital shopping footprint with the launch of its new e-commerce platform, the Wecare app.

With an expanding number of health and beauty product consumers, the e-commerce app offers customers a more convenient shopping and delivery experience with just a tap of a finger.

Deputy Minister of Energy as Chairman of Authority for Infocommunications Technology Industry of Brunei Darussalam (AITI) Dato Seri Paduka Haji Matsatejo Sokiaw (L) with Guardian Brunei Head of Business Jennifer Yang. Image courtesy of Guardian

In its statement, Guardian Brunei shared that they have had over a 50 per cent increase in sales growth this year compared to last year which opened up an opportunity for the company to be a part of the Wecare app marketplace in April.

“Guardian aims to be one of the biggest pioneers in achieving an active commerce activity that contributes to the 2025 Digital Company Master Plan with a mission to create a more digitally and sustainable economy for the whole nation emphasizing the importance of being a digital society,” it said.

In line with that, Guardian further said that the company sees a growth opportunity in the Brunei market and aims to continue investing in innovative campaigns to enhance the customer’s shopping experience including the expansion of its flagship stores.

The Wecare App is available to download at the Apple App Store and Google Play and customers can also visit their website http://www.wecare-online.net or scan the QR code.

Moreover, in conjunction with the launch of the Wecare app, Guardian will be offering a number of exciting deals and promotions for its Wecare app members.

For every new member, they will receive 200 points to redeem free items and for every one dollar online purchase made, they will receive 10 more points

You can also earn more points by inviting your friends along!

Every new member who invites a new registrant in will be rewarded with 20 points and will also get a 5% reward points redemption from the new registrant who made their first purchase.

Deputy Minister of Energy as Chairman of Authority for Infocommunications Technology Industry of Brunei Darussalam (AITI) Dato Seri Paduka Haji Matsatejo Sokiaw seen scanning the QR Code. Image courtesy of Guardian.

Moreover, the first 200 online customers will get a free delivery coupon on their first purchase.

Adding to that, the first 500 will be entitled to redeem a $5 e-voucher coupon on their first purchase.

Not only that, for the first 2000 customers, they will be entitled to one entry to Guardian’s lucky draw and stand a chance to win amazing prizes.

The launching ceremony was officiated by Deputy Minister of Energy as Chairman of Authority for Infocommunications Technology Industry of Brunei Darussalam (AITI) Dato Seri Paduka Haji Matsatejo Sokiaw.

Also in attendance was Acting Chief Executive of AITI Hj Jailani Hj Buntar .

For more information, the public can contact Guardian Brunei at +673 891 4040 or follow Guardian Brunei on Facebook and Instagram @guardianbrunei for updates. – Azrina Zin

The Bruneian | BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

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