(Spin Digit Editorial):- Petaling Jaya, Selangor May 30, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – In light of the widespread adoption of online shopping in the region, one digital marketing agency is dedicated to helping Malaysian entrepreneurs launch branded e-commerce stores. Most of their clients are small businesses, start-ups, and individuals that are looking for ways to build a profitable business online without the risk of a traditional brick-and-mortar store.
“Most first-time business owners find it challenging to launch their business off the ground. There’s so much to manage and so little time,” said Arron Goh, Creative Director of Undoubt Studio. “E-commerce eliminates almost 80% of the time, risk, and additional cost of starting a business,” he added.
The digital marketing agency offers services such as logo & branding design, packaging design, and e-commerce store development into an affordable package. Helping Malaysian entrepreneurs launch e-commerce stores as fast as 10 weeks.
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In response to a question regarding their 10-week money-back guarantee, Arron said: “It’s a necessary step to instill trust in our clients. Most of our clients are making a big investment into their business, we want to make a guarantee that we deliver our promise or they get their money back.”
About Undoubt Studio: Undoubt Studio is a branding & digital marketing agency based in Malaysia. Founded in 2019, the agency helps entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses launch profitable e-commerce brands.
Source :Undoubt Studio
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