Vivy Yusof recently shared some good news on her Instagram that she will be launching an online Ramadan bazaar this month. This came in line in an effort to help fellow business traders to sell their treats throughout the holy month.

Aptly named FVBazaar, the services provided exclusively on her online Fashion Valet website will be free of charge, without any commission fee imposed! As stated by Vivy herself, the e-bazaar will be open for business starting from 17th April (Friday).

 

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Proud to launch FVBAZAAR, an online bazaar ramadhan that we will be doing on our website starting from 17 April. A lot of local f&b operators have messaged me asking me to promote their products and whilst I can’t help all of them, this is an initiative that I hope will help even MORE of them at one go. FV will take no commission from this, or charge any listing fee. It is FOR FREE. Marketing team and myself will also be featuring vendors often in order to help boost. This is one of our initiatives to help the community feel closer together during this coronavirus phase, we sincerely want to bridge local vendors to our customers. Hope it will help our local heroes! We announced this yesterday and have gotten many applicants selling cookies, cakes, satay, drinks, kuih etc. If you know any f&b vendors, please tag them. To register, link in my bio. ❤

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According to Vivy, “A lot of local f&b operators have messaged me asking me to promote their products and whilst I can’t help all of them, this is an initiative that I hope will help even MORE of them at one go. We will take no commission from this, or charge any listing fee. It is FOR FREE.” 

“This is one of our initiatives to help the community feel closer together during this coronavirus phase. We sincerely want to bridge local vendors to our customers. Hope it will help our local heroes!” the popular fashion entrepreneur continued on the caption.

She also revealed that her team has been receiving quite a number of applicants selling variety of delicious treats including cookies, cakes, satay, drinks, and kuih-muih, just to name a few.

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Many netizens took to the comments section to praise Vivy’s thoughtful effort in helping the affected traders. They’ve also showered her with well wishes that her venture will be made easier.

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