“Ang hindi na ginagamit, ibenta mo na!’
Last April 24, I was invited to the launching of a worthy fundraising advocacy which can help a lot of people. As the number 1 Buy and Sell website in the country, Sulit.com.ph in partnership with World Vision as they invited bloggers to bring their pre-loved items and sell it through their website. The total amount of sales will then be matched by Sulit.com.ph, and donated for World Vision’s humanitarian efforts.
Sulit.com.ph’s founder RJ David shared his humble beginning during the launching at
Bizu Patisserie. He founded the company when he was 26 years old with only P2,400 as initial capital to his business. Together with then girlfriend (now his wife) Arianne, he built a free platform for posting classified ads on a wide range of categories, from clothing and accessories, to tools and gadgets, furniture and appliances, and many more.
Sulit.com.ph has evolved into a corporation called Netrepreneur Connections Enterprises, Inc., which has 90 employees in a trendy two-floor office space in Ortigas.
|Sulit.com.ph founder RJ David shared his successful story
Currently, Sulit.com.ph has more than 2 million registered users, 2 billion pageviews last year, and an average of 10 million daily pageviews and 700,000 daily unique visitors. Their mobile pageviews and visitors are also showing remarkable strength, receiving an average of 1.8 million daily pageviews and 112,000 daily unique visitors.
I’ve been a loyal user of Sulit.com.ph for almost three years and I believed this fundraising project will expand. As Mr. David said: “Our company motto has always been to “pay it forward” and I’m excited that we got the chance to partner with top bloggers for this fundraising project for World Vision,”
|The people behind Sulit.com.ph.
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Watch Sulit.com.ph’s newest TVC, ‘Ang hindi na ginagamit, ibenta mo na!’ on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmosdnqpaH0.
*Photo courtesy of Justin Buenagua of twatome.com
by Eccentric Yet Happy