Zando celebrates 7 years of success
Issued by Sound PR - Jan 23rd, 14:50
Launched in 2012, Zando has grown from a small e-commerce store to become South Africa’s largest fashion destination. Aimed at the 20 to 40 somethings, it has sold more than 1800 local and international brands on its site and also has its own private label, UTOPIA.
This month, celebrating their 7th birthday, Zando continues to show impressive growth with warehouses situated in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban. Zando has served more than 500 000 customers, won numerous service and shopping experience awards, received over 1 billion site views and is the only player in the fashion market that offers a price match guarantee, making it the most affordable fashion store in South Africa.
“Understanding our customers' needs and our promise of delivering customer satisfaction and going the extra mile, is today, still as valued as it was when the company began,” commented Grant Brown, Managing Director at Zando.
“We also remain ambitious and determined to improve further, increase our market share, introduce new customers to the brand, and implement innovative ways to shop online. Our broad product offering of more than 45 000 fashion and lifestyle items, as well as our Cash on Delivery footprint, is what sets us apart from our competitors and we’re excited for what the future holds.” ends Brown
To celebrate Zando’s 7th birthday, the online store will be offering large discounts across all categories, with R1 from each sale to be donated to Save the Children.
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