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Shopping app KaiKai launches in Hong Kong


KaiKai, the shopping app that combines mobile shopping with in-store experiences, entered Hong Kong with up to 50 percent savings on local retail prices.

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Products that will be offered at 50 percent include Apple AirPods Pro, Dyson Supersonic hair dryer, Nintendo Switch gaming system. Thousands of other items across luxury fashion, dining, staycations, spas, beauty and tech will follow. The annual membership will be waived for the first 100,000 users to register.

KaiKai gives a unique gamified shopping experience. With the best deals in town dropping at 12pm and 8pm every day, users have 100 seconds to decide if they want what they see.

KaiKai users enjoy online-to-offline shopping experience: Reserve online, collect in-store later. The app is available on Google Play / App Store on 18th September, and the first deals drops at 12pm and 8pm daily, starting on 18th September.

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KaiKai, first launched in Singapore, is launching in Hong Kong to help re-ignite and boost the local economy, amidst the Covid-19 measures which has impacted Hong Kong’s retail sector. They are partnering with the popular influencers, Sabrina Ng from Pomato YouTube Channel, Ah Gi from Arm Channel TV and Hailey Chan from ViuTV to promote the app launch in Hong Kong.

Developed by Singapore-headquartered Cosmose AI, a retail technology company created by Miron Mironiuk that analyses foot traffic in brick-and-mortar stores to help predict customer behaviour, KaiKai employs similar technology to offer location-based savings but does not share user location data with Cosmose AI.