Websource enters Guyana market


Lincoln Maharaj and two of the staff members from the Websource Guyana Office. [iNews' Photo]
Lincoln Maharaj and two of the staff members from the Websource Guyana Office. [iNews’ Photo]
[www.inewsguyana.com] – With the demand on the local, regionally and internationally markets for an easier means of shopping, Websource has now joined the chain of online shopping competitors in Guyana.

Websource has made its name in the Miami and of more recently the Caribbean markets. During an interview with the iNews (www.inewsguyana.com) earlier this week, Chief Executive Officer of Websource Caribbean Operations, Lincoln Maharaj recalled that the company has had a presence in Guyana since early January.

He said the company discovered new grounds when it entered the local market and have been able to prove that it is a place to invest and where Websource would be able to make its name, once fully established.

While admitting that Guyana already has a number of online shopping services being provided, Websource is of the view that there is still room for more players who will foster greater competition among the service providers.

Websource believes that it brings the business of online shopping to another level. Customers who sign up with the company will have for themselves a personal account which allows them to shop online and have their items delivered to a Websource warehouse in Miami, reflecting that they reside in the United States.

The CEO explained to iNews (www.inewsguyana.com) that one of the reasons persons should consider Websource is because of the unmatched services it offers. Websource, he added does not bill its customers based on volumetric, but rather the actual weight of an item and not for the size or weight of the box or whatever package the items are placed in.

At the moment the company is looking to enter the Barbados market and several other Caribbean countries. Prior to setting up its office here in Guyana, Websource has been able to conduct feasibility studies and established offices in Antigua, St. Lucia and Grenada. There is also consideration for the establishment of an office in Dominica.

Websource Guyana office is located on Camp Street aback the building that once housed Nanda’s Boutique and can be reached on telephone number 223 3216 and 231 1338.



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