Daraz and Kaymu Merged Together as One Single Ecommerce Platform

Daraz Group announced recently that the union of the two ecommerce giants Daraz and Kaymu, last year, is now complete. Going forward, there will only be one active website daraz.pk – through which the ecommerce leader will continue to grow its seller and customer base.

“The Daraz we see today is the best of the two businesses that came together mid last year and we owe a big part of our success to the people and learnings coming from Kaymu. Thousands of high quality Kaymu sellers are now selling on Daraz and most of them are already doing significantly more business now than they ever did on Kaymu,” says Bjarke Mikkelsen, CEO Daraz Group.

Daraz will continue to work relentlessly to raise the standards of ecommerce service solutions by ensuring that millions of Pakistanis benefit from 100% purchase protection, with fast-growing assortment of original, genuine products, safe and secure payment options, and free and easy returns. We thank our patrons for their trust and support as well as our teammates for their hard work in making this happen.

The new entity, Daraz Group, will unite the two companies under one roof. Operations like marketing, IT, and business intelligence for the group will be centralized in Karachi.

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