- Tiago Dalvi, CEO and Olist founder, said that the idea is to aid micro and small businesses to overcome the impact of the COVID-19;
- With Olist Shops, people can have a virtual showcase for free.
E-commerce is an important way to deal with the coronavirus outbreak and its consequences, such as the lockdown. Now it’s possible to create an online store in 3 minutes. The initiative is from the Brazilian startup Olist.
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Tiago Dalvi, CEO and Olist founder, said that the idea is to aid micro and small businesses to overcome the impact of the COVID-19. With Olist Shops, people can have a virtual showcase for free. According to the company, at most 3 minutes are necessary to download the app and putting products or services online and take questions from customers directly via Whatsapp. There is no cost to download, subscribe, or sell.
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“We know that many companies will go through or are already going through difficult times, but if it depends on Olist, we will overcome # covid19 and get out of this still (situation) stronger!,” said Dalvi on LinkedIn.