How to sell food online in Singapore successfully with these 7 pointers.

We are using Singapore as the location to discuss how to sell food online because of the high food hygiene standard and the established market places and e-commerce practices. We are presenting the 7 pointers together with the marketing mix and they are: 


  • It is critical to know Food law by the local government (in this case -Singapore) 
  • The food products that you will want to sell, it is ready to eat or it is cook served? 


  • Your supply chain - are you using third party delivery or leveraging on current online marketplace delivery? 
  • Will you be using a commercial kitchen or it is a home kitchen? 


  • If you are planning to sell on online marketplaces, the commission and fulfilment charges will change your selling price.  


We will cover these pointers in the upcoming weeks, the first sharing session is on 

Learning how to sell. And this is the most important, we will be sharing about the typical customer journey map online, how to ascertain your desired target audience, the micro-moments and how social media can aid in your revenue. Click “get reminder” to join us for the upcoming session. 

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