New partnership between BeLive Technology and Trendyol brings a unique in-app live stream platform that allows customers to shop directly from live videos and interact with hosts to build stronger customer relationship with brands
Singapore, Feb. 8, 2022 — Livestreaming solutions provider BeLive Technology has, today, announced the launch of Trendyol Go-Live App in partnership with Trendyol , Turkey’s leading ecommerce company and one of the world’s leading ecommerce platforms.
The collaboration enables the company’s more than 200 thousand sellers to sell online via livestreaming directly through the Trendyol app or website, reaching more than 30 million customers. This latest partnership solidifies BeLive Technology’s reputation as the leading provider for reliable, powerful, and engaging live streaming solutions.BeLive Technology operates from Singapore and Vietnam, and has delivered over 3.7 billion minutes of live video to over 100 million viewers worldwide.
The new platform, Trendyol Go-Live App, allows for direct live shopping, real-time customer engagement, and sentiment analysis among Trendyol’s users. It enables hosts to cast their videos via multiple channels simultaneously, including YouTube and Facebook. The platform powered by BeLive Technology includes interactive features integrated natively in the Trendyol mobile app and website, enabling users to shop online in real-time, post comments, and share content.
The collaboration has come to fruition with the help of Enterprise Singapore , the government agency championing enterprise development. The organisation supports the growth of Singapore as a hub for global trading and startups, as well as builds trust in local products and services through quality and standards. With the new partnership between BeLive Technology and Trendyol, Singapore’s visibility on the international stage is reinforced.
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