New crowd-sourcing initiative calls on all Malaysians to support underprivileged community by donating work attire and gadgets
Pragmatism and pandemic disruptions pave the way for greater acceptance across Fashion, Electronics and Autos categories in Malaysia
User behaviour study reveals that Malaysians have become increasingly resourceful, selling and buying to make the best of the MCO period
Fion started creating keychains and photo-holders with mini lego-like blocks on Carousell, and donated all profits made to domestic violence victims in Malaysia.
Ash helped her 62-year-old aunt Jessie sell her handmade pouches on Carousell, giving her renewed purpose and income during the MCO period.
While working from home during the pandemic, Fiza started baking more frequently using her late mother’s recipes and became a part-time baker.
Acquisition of over 600,000 users cements Carousell’s position as market leader in Malaysia and also advances its position in Philippines