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Shoppers in 33 countries get access to SiBi
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Nov '17
Courtesy: nFlate
Courtesy: nFlate
See It Buy It (SiBi) by nFlate, maker of the mobile apparel marketplace application, is now available in 33 countries across the world. SiBi is the first end-to-end mobile apparel marketplace to use artificial intelligence to help shoppers find fashion at a faster pace with its ability to shop using Instagram posts, photos or by favourite colours.

"Since we launched SiBi in June with our shop Instagram functionality, we've received an outpouring of requests from shoppers in other English-speaking destinations to offer SiBi in their countries," said Joe Monastiero, CEO of nFlate. "So today we're excited to offer availability to an additional 700 million new fashion shoppers around the world."

In addition to shopping by matching Instagram posts, users can shop by taking photos, matching colours or simply by telling SiBi what they are looking for. With SiBi, users can find and buy at the moment of inspiration, when they first decide they are interested in a particular product. 

In addition to the original launch countries, the US and Canada, SiBi is now available in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ghana, Hong Kong, Greece, India, Israel, Jamaica, Liberia, Malaysia, Netherlands, Pakistan, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Philippines,  Puerto Rico, Republic of Ireland, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Trinidad and Tobago and the United Kingdom.

As part of the internationalisation effort, SiBi also automatically converts all merchant default currencies to local currencies and offers shipping to any location in the world that a merchant supports. (RR)

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