Hello there, I’m a mother of three living in a semi-rural environment on the outskirts of Melbourne, so a digital business is ideal for us.
I’m a unfranchisee with Market Australia and we own a huge global digital platform, called Shop.com, that saves everyone money online. You can change the money you spend on everyday needs into an income by shopping with over 600 stores on our platform. While customers can open a free account and earn cashback, business owners like myself generate a willable income by leveraging each others’ every day shopping. Do you purchase toothpaste, toilet paper, cling wrap, dog food, airline tickets, hotel bookings, clothing, footwear etc? Doesn’t it make sense to get cashback, an income or both from the money you spend?