From Wet Markets to Web Markets

January 15th, 2011   •   3 comments   

As my wife and I were having our breakfast and purchasing fresh groceries recently at the Redhill Market, I spotted this interesting signboard from a fish monger in the market. Apparently Pan’s Fish offers fresh fish for sale (the kind you can cook) on its website and you can actually order them via e-commerce.

I believe they must be one of the first wet market stalls to be so proactive in encouraging online ordering. The cool thing is that if you can’t make it during the unearthly wet market opening hours, you can always get your catch of ikan kurau, salmon, mackerel, prawns and more online, 24 by 7.

Now all they need is a blog, a Facebook fan page, and a Twitter account….

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  1. Social Media Marketing Perth WA
    posted on Jan 16, 2011 at 5:58 AM

    This is awesome! If only they were on Facebook and Twitter as well…

  2. The Sneaky Hat
    posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 4:34 AM

    I guess that would make sense if you are in the restaurant business. They almost always get fish delivered anyway.

  3. posted on Jan 23, 2015 at 12:28 AM

    Great article, I completely agree with your points.

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