Ever heard of stockist in Malaysia? Technology has enabled businesses to set themselves in motion into cross border ecommerce in recent years. Countless brands have managed to set sail overseas with the help of cross border stockists. This advancement has also led to Malaysian-based brands gaining awareness and popularity across the globe while granting them local recognition and demand.
In the year 2015, the cross-border ecommerce market was voted to be a whopping 300 billion U.S dollars in merchandise value. With cross border ecommerce growing rapidly, businesses should most definitely strive to compose their plans and board the cross-border ship as soon as they can.
Still contemplating on whether cross border ecommerce is worth the effort? Well, here are 7 Stockist Malaysia brands that have gone international with cross border stockists.
Always thought Bonia was an Italian-based brand? Well, it is actually a bona fide Malaysian brand under Bonia Corporation Berhad. The renowned luxury fashion brand has become a roaring success internationally with stockists and boutiques across Europe, Asia and the pacific. The brand shares the same customers as big-named industries such as Guess, Gucci, Coach and Louis Vuitton.
Bonia has expanded their brand over the globe with the use of cross border stockists and acquired international fame. Partnering with Zalora, one of the leading names in online shopping, they have achieved worldwide recognition along with a great deal of revenue.
Bonia’s partnership with Zalora helped them reach a professional crowd even further, to whom their products appeal to. From Bonia’s perspective, it also means working with a brand that understands effective stockist strategy, benefiting both parties.
Being born and grown as a Malaysian brand, Munchy’s had spread its presence massively over 60 countries with international offices in Thailand and Singapore. Starting in a small town in Batu Pahat, they are now an internationally known brand.
Munchy’s production rate increased each year as they worked towards the goal of marketing the brand on a global scale with their first destination being South Africa as their global stockist strategy.
Munchy’s began their expansion through a mass number of cross-border stockists in order to gain more brand exposure throughout their targeted countries, which they have successfully achieved. The Munchy’s brand is on the shelves of multinational grocery retailers such as Tesco and 7-Eleven while also being sold at a multitude of provision shops over the globe by partnering with cross-border stockists.
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