Boost Helps Micro, SMEs Move Businesses Online Via Its MSME E-Commerce Campaign
Author Avatar

E-wallet service provider Boost has announced the Micro & SMEs (MSMEs) E-Commerce campaign, which aims to help MSMEs on their digitisation journey amidst the current economic landscape. Rolled out in collaboration with Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) as part of the PENJANA economic recovery plan, the ongoing campaign will run until 30 September.

Merchants participating in the campaign can expect to receive up to RM1,500 worth of benefits and rewards, including fee waivers, cash incentives, and advertising aid. Boost will also help them to digitise and move their businesses from offline to online by setting up their own e-commerce catalogue that is integrated with the Boost Business Payment Link feature.

With the seamless end-to-end package offered, merchants can easily share their products and accept orders from customers via the Boost app. The Boost Business Payment Link feature also enables merchants to collect payments via email, SMS, or WhatsApp, thereby saving them from having to invest in payment terminals or other equipment.

Additionally, Boost is offering digital financial services to help MSMEs rebuild their businesses, such as micro-financing of up to RM20,000, with no repayment required for the first six months. Made available through Boost’s sister company Aspirasi, merchants can apply for the facility through Aspirasi Assist – a platform that provides financing assistance to SMEs impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Boost also said that they will soon be introducing an insurance product for MSME owners to protect their businesses.

“We are happy to lend our expertise to be part of the government and MDEC’s initiative that is set to enable MSMEs with access to innovative digital solutions that are simple to use and will help them not only recover with resilience but also thrive in this new normal,” said the chief executive officer of Boost, Mohd Khairil Abdullah. He added that Boost aims to give exposure to onboarding businesses through its rapidly growing user base of 7.6 million users.

Interested merchants can find out more about the MSME E-Commerce campaign on Boost’s website.

0 0 votes
Article Rating


Comments (0)

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Top Apps Articles
Post Image
How To Pay TNB Bills With Boost, GrabPay, And Touch ‘n Go eWallet
Pang Tun Yau
- 13th February 2020
In recent months, e-wallets (and even Shopee and Lazada) began offering bill payment options, which means Malaysians can […]
Post Image
Shopee Introduces SPayLater, Lets Users Buy Items Now And Pay Later
Alex Cheong Pui Yin
- 18th January 2021
Shopee has introduced a new payment feature that lets its Malaysian users purchase items and pay for them […]
Post Image
Grab Now Delivers Fresh Produce With New Pasar Feature
Jacie Tan
- 24th March 2020
Grab has launched a new feature, Pasar, where customers can buy fresh produce, poultry, meat, and seafood from […]
Post Image
Touch ‘n Go eWallet Now Accepted At 7-Eleven Stores Nationwide
The RinggitPlus Team
- 21st October 2019
Malaysians can now pay for their purchases at 7-Eleven outlets all across the country via the TNG e-wallet.

Related articles

Related Posts Image
Related Posts Image
Related Posts Image
Related Posts Image