Store57 Launches in Pakistan, Sees Rapid Sales Growth
E-commerce is boosting in Pakistan as well as internationally. A local Pakistani web store named Store57 shows rapid growth in sales right after its launch. Pakistan is tremendously moving towards the online market. With the increase in technology usage and increasing demand for mobile phones E-commerce is at its peak.
There are hundreds of Pakistani stores open each day but survival in Industry depends upon numerous factors. One of the key elements is the courier companies as shipping times are crucial for customers. Nobody likes to wait. Unlike in the USA or other developed countries, Pakistani’s don’t have trust in online mediums of sales due to online fraud. But, this trend is changing as many stores like Store57 and others are now providing quality products & services to their customers.
In the initial launch, Store57 introduces 4 collections which include Exotic jewels, Home Decor, Beauty gadgets & Household must-haves. In long term, the Store is planning to expand its collection to Women’s and Men’s wear in near future. As per the management of store57, they aim to provide value-added services to its customer and to boost the trust of Pakistani people in online shopping.
In its initial days, the sales for the following products of store57.pk remains high which includes a 2-in-1 Hair Straightener and Curler, Crystal Diamond Lamp 16 Color (RGB Color) With Remote & Two-in-One Pendant and Necklace.
Store 57 uses Pakistan’s best shipping/courier companies including Leopard, Call Courier, and Trax. Their delivery times are usually between 3-5 business days as per their shipping policy.
They also have a Returns and Exchange policy, which is 7 days from the day you received the goods. They don’t accept the products if you damage their outer packing as per their policy. You can read their policy here.
Besides this, Daraz.pk Pakistan’s largest e-commerce platform is also becoming concerning for Pakistanis as the quality of products on Daraz is becoming low day by day. Unethical behavior and poor quality products make the CEO of Daraz say “Pakistan is a tough market to operate in”.
On talking with one of the Store57 representatives they told that despite lower purchasing power and uncertain economic conditions, Pakistan’s Online customers base shows their interest in our store. See What the future of this webstore takes it to, but no doubt Pakistan is becoming an online market without Amazon & eBay.