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Startup will give 5,000 virtual stores to small entrepreneurs

The Komercia company announced that it will help them create their first e-commerce and boost their businesses on the digital stage at no initial cost.

As a result of the difficulties faced by small businessmen in the country in the framework of the pandemic and the national strike, the platform, which allows the creation of online stores, announced that it will grant 5,000 virtual establishments free of charge to entrepreneurs who want to digitize their business.

During the months of June and July, this shopify of Colombian origin will give free access to all its premium functionalities , such as having its own online store, a WhatsApp catalog and connection to payment gateways and shipping systems, as well as access to the platform of education of the startup , where they will be able to learn about electronic commerce and digital marketing.

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“Through this call, which will be open until July 31, 2021 , we want to give entrepreneurs and merchants a push to move forward and continue to move the country’s economy. We seek to give them the first impulse to reactivate their businesses. Our commitment is to democratize electronic commerce in Colombia and therefore, we are going to open the doors of our platform so that businesses can be empowered from the digital scene, ”says Angélica Bohórquez, CEO.

The platform has helped create more than 10,000 virtual stores in Colombia and has plans to expand to Chile.

How to take part?

The registration process consists of three steps:

  1. They must enter the Komercia website, go to the “Create your store” button and complete the registration form.
  2. Upload logo, products and all the information of your business.
  3. Send an email to [email protected] requesting access to the premium benefit and sending the name of your business, city and the link of your online store created on the platform.

The platform will respond if the business meets the requirements and will inform you if you are a beneficiary of a free month of the premium subscription.

This is the second call that the platform develops. It states that when the pandemic began, it delivered 2,000 online stores for free to businesses that had to close their doors due to the general quarantine.

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