Jersey Post is reminding local traders that the online marketplace Fetch.je can provide eCommerce support for those needing to move to online trading operations.
The Fetch website was launched in Jersey at the end of March in order to support the local community with safe and continued online shopping during the initial pandemic restrictions. It quickly engaged local traders, offering these establishments a quick and robust eCommerce solution for islanders to be able to order online for home delivery or collection.
With the announcement of the ‘circuit breaker’ for the hospitality industry, Jersey Post wants to offer reassurance that Fetch can provide an eCommerce model for businesses of any size and across a range of industries.
“With Covid-19 continuing to disrupt normal daily routines, this website plays a vital strategic role in local business continuity, employment and safe shopping methods for the Jersey community,” stated David McGrath, Group Marketing Director at Jersey Post. “The beauty of Fetch is that it offers an almost instant online trading solution where businesses can move their products online quickly and easily through our development team and let our established infrastructure take care of the delivery,” he continued.
Fetch currently has over 150 local businesses trading through its website. These businesses include a wide range of local restaurants, bars, cafés and shops as well as those offering health and wellness services, locally produced goods, trades and services.
Any business wanting to offer their services via Fetch.je, can sign up now at www.fetch.je/join-fetch.