LamboPlace inks MoU with Biolux Network and TJM Products

LamboPlace has inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Biolux Network (Asia) Sdn Bhd and another MoU with TJM Products Sdn Bhd.

Through the MoU, LamboPlace will act as the e-commerce platform to supply chemical-free disinfection products from Biolux and the product brand, 59S from authorised distributor, TJM.

“At Biolux, our health and wellness comes first, and so we use natural resources in our products that are not only good for us, but also for our environment. Through our patented technology, our chemical-free disinfection products remove bacteria and viruses by up to 99.99%,” said Ivan Kuan, chief executive officer of Biolux Network (Asia) Sdn. Bhd.

On the other hand, Eddie Beh, managing director of TJM Products Sdn. Bhd said, ““This pandemic has shown us that we need to improve our prevention methods. While frequently washing our hands and wearing masks can help with lowering the risk, we believe that technology can still be applied to ensure safety.”

Group chief executive officer of LamboPlace, Jason Yap said the reliance on e-commerce will continue to grow, as it becomes more a necessity than simply an option for all businesses.

“Covid-19 will not end in the next one or two years until a vaccine is formulated and tested. We need to adapt with the new norm,” he added.

He stressed that embracing the digital economy while managing physical platforms will be crucial for businesses moving forward.

LamboPlace further points out that while Covid-19 has created a sense of urgency among businesses to shift operations online, the key to continued success lies in increasing the number of channels in which customer outreach can be done, be it online or offline.

The e-commerce platform has also highlighted that as businesses shift from offline to online in order to meet consumer demands, measures will have to be in place in anticipation of the end to the MCO.

“LamboPlace’s move to provide businesses with the option to digitise, while also providing solutions for when they reopen will pave the way for local businesses to continue to thrive,” Jason said.




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