JAKARTA - The online shopping platform Shopee Indonesia presents a natural disaster warning feature in its application. This feature collaborates with the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) to help users get real-time disaster reports.
As a related institution whose function is to provide information and awareness for the Indonesian people at large through its various technologies, BMKG has the ability to be able to detect early in the event of natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, weather predictions and others.
Through the latest Natural Disaster Early Warning feature as a result of collaboration between Shopee and BMKG, users can access natural disaster information originating from BMKG accurately, quickly, and precisely according to their domicile or other selected location.
The information will be obtained by users via cellphone push notifications. This feature can be accessed by Shopee users on October 20, 2020.
In addition, after successfully holding its annual 10.10 Big Sale a few days ago, Shopee is now preparing for the next 11.11 Big Sale which supports the community, creates new opportunities for sellers and brand partners, and creates stronger shared experiences for users.
"E-commerce has had a big impact on various aspects of our lives, especially this year. In this 11.11 time, Shopee will strengthen our efforts to ensure that the benefits and opportunities of e-commerce can be felt by everyone," said the Chief Executive Officer. Shopee, Chris Feng at an online Shopee press conference, Thursday 15 October.
Shopee also creates opportunities for all businesses, as the growth of e-commerce in Southeast Asia and Taiwan has presented new opportunities for sellers, MSMEs, and brand partners.
By extending its range of support to help grow the salesperson's business, regardless of experience and scale. Among other things, such as helping new and existing sellers in overcoming the global pandemic and developing and expanding the reach of the export program "Kreasi Nusantara: From Local to Global."
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