The Internet is bringing the world closer but still one major problem most of us face is in sending gifts to our friends and relatives spread across the globe. Let’s say for example, you want to send a physical gift to your Facebook friend but you don’t know his/her location. Moreover, sending a physical gift from your place to someone living in another part of the world may cost you more in delivery than the price of the gift itself. And if you want to buy something from around the place where your loved ones reside, you may not know what’s available and where.
Gmoji (short for gifts+emoji) is a new service that lets you send gifts to anyone living in any part of the world. You can also use it for trivial things like buying coffee for your kid or snacks for your friend. Businesses can use it as a marketing tool for sending gifts, offers, and promo codes.
How Does It Work?
Sending gifts through Gmoji is pretty simple. You can send gifts through any messenger or a social media platform without having to know the recipient’s contact number.
- Register on the website (https://gmoji.us/) and be the first to know when the app is going public in the US.
- Browse through the catalogue and choose a gift you want to send.
- Send the gift through a messenger, even through a live chat.
- The recipient chooses a place for delivery of the order.
- Gift is delivered with the help of a Gmoji partner (coffee shops, flower boutiques, etc.)
The startup is all set to expand all over the world. If you are looking for a franchise, this can be a great business opportunity. You can send a query here to find out whether Gmoji franchise is available in your country. Only one franchisee is selected for one country.
Gmoji is the first company to digitally deliver non-virtual, real gifts. Nikolay Vakorin and Roman Kneller founded the company in 2017 when they were looking for a way to send real gifts online and realized that no such service existed. With the e-gift industry set for a big boom (the global gift card market alone is likely to grow beyond $698 billion by 2024, not to mention e-vouchers, movie tickets, and other gift items), Gmoji seems to have come up with their magical innovation bang on time!