Mobile World CEO Doan Van Hieu Em said small electronics retailers can partner with Mobile World and sell all products available on the Mobile World and Dien May Xanh websites, two of its electronics retailers that sell smartphones, computers and merchandise. for home.
They will receive a commission of 5-20 percent of the product price for each product sold. Once employees inform Mobile World and Dien Mei Xan of their order, the two networks will handle all subsequent tasks, including shipping, installation, collecting payments, and fulfilling product warranties.
Contributors will receive their commission seven days after the electronics retailer delivers the products to customers. Products sold by co-creators will have the same pricing, sales promotion, and installation policies as products sold at Mobile World and Dien May Xanh stores.
Mobile World will prioritize collaboration where no electronics retail store has been established.
Em said Mobile World and Dien May Xanh account for half of the market share. Other retailers accounted for 30 percent, with the remainder in the hands of some 30,000 small electronics retailers.
Mobile world did not reach consumers in remote areas, where consumers only have access to small electronics retailers whose products are not diversified and sold at uncompetitive prices.
He has over 4,000 retail outlets in Vietnam and 37 in Cambodia. Last year, she opened an average of almost three new stores a day. By 2030, the company plans to become the retail leader in Southeast Asia.
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