BuyCommonThings.com,one of Nigeria’s Online supermarkets has rebranded to Gloo.ng, unveiling a redesigned identity as well as a new website. The online shop debuted since October 2012, when it was commercially launched and since then has been helping people save time and valuable money off their regular shopping for groceries and living essentials.
With this rebranding, BuyCommonThings.com said it was realigning the core message to the community-at-large not yet familiar with their services.
The online shop said that for the six or seven months it has been in existence, it has enriched lives by virtue of the time, stress, energy and money customers save from the rigorous chore of grocery and living essentials shopping. These savings can now be applied on more life-fulfilling activities such as spending quality time with family and laying a solid foundation for the success of the next generation of Nigerians among other things.
CEO of the company, Mr Olumide Olusanya, said that “e-commerce is gradually becoming the most effective form of direct marketing and products and service delivery in Nigeria and BuyCommonThings.com, now Gloo.ng, is tailored towards that.
No wonder in so short a time we have become the preferred destination when it comes to living essentials shopping,”
Olusanya said that the new www.gloo.ng website will highlight the company’s core benefit of simplifying her customers’ lives by further simplifying its layout into an uncluttered canvass, making it even easier and more efficient for her customers to get with the business they came to do on the site.
The redesigned logo and website will showcase a fresh look for the service and utilize a responsive and easy-to-navigate design, he added.
He said that the reasons why Gloo.ng, online Supermarket, has become known for dependable and legendary service; included efficiency in the shortest average order-to-doorstep time in the entire industry; everyday low prices; 100%-free same day delivery; and widest selection of supermarket goods online in Nigeria. We don’t sell groceries. We sell happiness.”