Aloha launches Edufly Academy with new ecommerce biz model

Chennai: Aloha India – The Indian Franchisee of Malaysian Aloha, has launched its subsidiary Edufly Academy and Business Education E-commerce Platform (BEEP) in association with Edufly College, Malaysia.

Aloha India claims it has introduced this unique concept with the sole aim to create one lakh entrepreneurs in the country.

“Edufly Academy is an e-commerce training academy that would train these budding entrepreneurs in the e-commerce business making them self reliant and ready to start business with just the basic requirements,” said MD, Edufly Academy, Aloha Kumaran.

“BEEP as the name suggests is the platform that these trained certificate holders will use to make their e-commerce transactions. Currently, BEEP has over one million imported products with offerings such as bags, pens, apparels, shoes, furniture, television sets, mobiles, accessories, pen drives and a million more. All these products are manufactured in China, Korea, Taiwan and Malaysia. The products are currently stored in 7 warehouses across the world including Mumbai,” he added.

According to the release, the chief guest for the launch was director, Edufly College, Yap Keong Foon, and guest of honor was I S A K Nazar, founder director and CEO, Manna Foods.

NT Bureau