dBazzar aims to make lives easier

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KUCHING: The first super app in Sarawak, dBazzar app, will have its pre-soft launching from tomorrow (June 6) to June 9.

The application is a digital platform where users can shop and order food online and will soon expand to other services.

Its chief executive officer Kent Kho said that the pre-soft launching is a collaborative effort with its digital partners SarawakPay, Sarawak Information Systems Sdn Bhd (SAINS), and almost two thousand merchants offering promotions, special discounts, cash back vouchers, as well as free delivery up to 10km.

“As this will serve as a test run, we welcome users to give feedback when using dBazzar.

The poster for the pre-soft launching of the dBazzar app.

“In addition, there will be a lucky draw with 50 vouchers worth RM10 as prizes for users who give their feedback by the end of June and winners will be announced on July 7 during our 707 Soft Launch event,” he said.

According to Kho, the app was inspired to make our lives easier by providing an easy-to-use interface and simple solutions.

“This app was an idea my two friends, Augustine Law and Jacob Varghese, and I came up with when we had a cup of coffee three years ago.

”We believe that Sarawak has an abundance of talented and skilled people who can be part of this digital venture to fulfil their dream of a Sarawak-owned digital platform for the community.

“Furthermore, for now, we have also expanded our business to Sibu and will soon be operating in Miri as well,” he said.

He added that the dBazzar app is available on both the Google PlayStore (Android) and AppStore (iOS).

Users who wish to give feedback may do so via https://forms.gle/aQRkZexZXKukmq8s8 by filling up a form.

“For any enquiries, the public can contact us at askdbazzar@dbazzar.com or support@dbazzar.com or simply call us at 010-2253225,” he said.

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