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Zilingo aims to digitize PH’s MSMEs to level up the country’s fashion supply industry

 

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Zilingo is committed to aiding merchant partners in scaling up their businesses efficiently. Using its B2B (Business to Business) solutions, the company plans to empower, innovate and diversify the Philippines’ MSME industry by providing greater access to suppliers and manufacturers to produce materials at competitive pricing.

As the fashion industry continues to be plagued by outdated technology, inefficient supply chains, inappropriate labour practices and harmful waste generation, Zilingo emphasises on alleviating these pain points and enabling users to access financial services, product design and sourcing solutions within a single platform.

“Zilingo is reimagining the entire supply chain and aggregating all parties within the same platform by offering services and software that can help businesses do better. This has been the brand’s focus since Day 1,” says Shiela Mauricio, head of Commercial, Zilingo Philippines.

As a one-stop business solution provider, Zilingo makes the necessary tools and services for product development, procurement, trendcasting, working capital, marketing and software implementation easily accessible. With the help of upgrades in raw material sourcing, HR and productivity software, and financial and marketing services, MSMEs can improve their product quality, turnover and secure better pricing models, allowing them to remain competitive in the global market.




“Zilingo first built their own B2C platform to help merchants distribute better. Today, Zilingo added more services to its platform that will help address the problems faced by the MSME industry here in the Philippines and abroad,” stated Ryza Dipatuan, marketing director, Zilingo Philippines.

For more information, visit business.zilingo.com.



 
 

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