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#KaymuTurns3 - holds blogger meet-up to celebrate!, Pakistan’s largest online marketplace, celebrated its third birthday with social media influencers at a local hotel in Karachi.

Imtiaz Noor, Head of Marketing, Kaymu Asia and Mariya Dada, PR Manager, hosted the event.  They informed the guests about the website update and redesign, week-long anniversary sales and giveaways every day for buyers in the birthday week Feb 22-Feb 29, 2016 as part of the birthday celebrations. Imtiaz Noor explained that the new website design promises enhanced user experience, allowing complete communication between buyers and sellers.

Influencers including Norbert Almeida, Sabir (Moochar), Faiza Yousuf, Sarah Rahman (Rickshaw Raani), Ayesha Rashid as well as representatives from Karachinow, Awamiweb and The Lobby Crowd were present at the occasion.

I think with the launch of a brand new website with better user experience, is on the right track towards becoming the leading ecommerce website in Pakistan. We had a discussion with Imtiaz Noor about’s improved customer services and how they are helping their customers in buying better products with ease. A few of the fellow bloggers talked about their buying experience with and asked questions too. has enabled over 15,000 sellers digitize and expand their businesses since its launch three years ago. In the coming years, aims to continue playing a strong, positive role in the development of e-commerce in Pakistan by empowering businesses to reach wider audiences.

About is the largest online shopping community in Pakistan which connects and empowers buyers and sellers to take advantage of the best deals on an extensive range of products including electronics, mobile phones, fashion items and gadgets. It has enabled around 15,000 sellers and over 300,000 buyers from all over Pakistan.


For further information, please contact:

Mariya Dada
PR Manager,

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