Get All of Your Holiday Shopping Done, Join Sam’s Club for 1 Year for Less Than $30

These days, business owners have to find ways to cut back on discretionary spending. Whether you’re managing a small team or you’re just looking for ideas to save money at your own home, one of the smartest decisions you can make is to join a wholesale club. Fortunately, you came to the right place. Assuming you’re not already a Sam’s Club member, you can join Sam’s Club today for a special one-year price: Just $28.88.

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Sam’s Club is one of the country’s leading membership warehouse clubs. From groceries and kitchen supplies to electronics, furniture, and much more, Sam’s Club has some of the best prices on things business owners (and just plain humans) need. Whether you’re looking for a great gift for your staff, you want to overhaul your office on a budget, or you just want to save on groceries, Sam’s Club is a huge asset for business owners.


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When you sign up as a member through this deal, you’ll pay just $28.88 for your first year — a discount from the usual $45 price. Then, when you make your first in-club purchase, you’ll get a free Seasoned Rotisserie Chicken and eight Gourmet Cupcakes when you have them in your cart. You’ll also receive a complimentary household card to score even more savings on select already low-priced items. It’s like Sam’s Club is paying you to save more.

Join one of the top wholesale clubs in the country and get paid to do it! Right now, you can get a one-year Sam’s Club Membership, plus a rotisserie chicken and cupcakes for just $28.88. That’s 50 percent off the $57 value.


Get All of Your Holiday Shopping Done, Join Sam’s Club for 1 Year for Less Than $30

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Bambuser and Entropia Join Forces to Launch Live Video Shopping in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Interactive live video shopping provider Bambuser and award-winning full-service agency Entropia, today announce a strategic partnership to launch MEDICI Live, a new e-commerce service by Entropia powered by Bambuser’s proprietary live streaming technology.In 2019, Bambuser launched Live Video Shopping, the first B2B live stream shopping solution in the western world. Since then, Bambuser has seen an apparent increase in interest from companies operating in the Asia Pacific, especially in Southeast Asia. 

During the third quarter of 2020, Bambuser entered into new customer agreements for Live Video Shopping in Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong, among others. Today, Live Video Shopping is used by some of the world’s largest brands and e-retailers spread across six continents to increase online sales and better engage with their customers. 

Entropia is a Malaysian digital transformation consultancy meets agency. Since its inception in 2016, the company has attracted several major customers such as BMW, KFC and Pepsi, as well established itself as a brand marketing industry leader, as proven by earning a string of prestigious honours, such as the Agency of the Year Awards, the MARKies, Mumbrella Asia Awards, and the Marketing Excellence Awards. 

Bambuser and Entropia are now joining forces to launch Live Video Shopping in Malaysia and neighbouring countries. The new e-commerce service, MEDICI Live, aims to drive an elevating digital brand experience by integrating live video shopping and utilising live selling via influencers/KOLs, an increasingly-popular sales strategy. Relevant to high context categories such as cosmetics, education, infant nutrition, financial services, or even electronics, with this technology, viewers become paying customers, all without missing the show.

Sourabh Agrawal, partner at Entropia said, “There are more than 55,000 sellers across marketplaces in Malaysia alone. Brands need more than deep discounting, free shipping and special event campaigns to stand out from the crowded digital marketplace. Equipped with MEDICI’s data-driven approach, our partnership with Bambuser will offer just a great measurable solution for our clients looking to reshape their commerce transformation.”

Maryam Ghahremani, CEO of Bambuser said, “Together with Entropia, we will be able to help more brands stand out from the saturated South-East Asian digital marketplace. We look forward to building integrated brand experiences together where increased sales, customer engagement and satisfaction are at the centre.

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Maryam Ghahremani, CEO Bambuser | +46 8 400 160 02 | [email protected]

About Bambuser

Bambuser is a software company specializing in interactive live video streaming. The Company’s primary product, Live Video Shopping, is a cloud-based software solution that is used by customers such as global e-commerce and retail businesses to host live shopping experiences on websites, mobile apps and social media. Bambuser was founded in 2007 and has its headquarters in Stockholm. Erik Penser Bank AB is Bambuser’s Certified Adviser.

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Expert speakers will tackle topics such as money management, public speaking, sustainable living and mental health self-care, answering your questions along the way.

These “how-to” sessions are designed to ensure you take away practical tips, tools and techniques to use in your daily life. We’ll also have some of our big named guests in conversation, we’ll share stories from the season, and meet some inspiring artists for a music finale that will leave you empowered and entertained!

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