MANILA – Indonesia’s Snapcart, a mobile app that allows shoppers to get rebates and rewards by uploading pictures of their grocery receipts, is bullish on its expansion in the Philippines, an official said Thursday.
Snapcart has gained 10,000 Filipino users after just three weeks of advertising and results have been “matching or surpassing” those in Indonesia, app co-founder Mayeth Condition said.
Condition told ANC’s “Market Edge with Cathy Yang” that the company was planning to triple its data science team in the Philippines.
Snapcart plans to expand to Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam after the Philippines and has its sights set on Japan and Korea.
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