With CubeCrate, there is no more waiting for Birthday or Christmas to come around to receive presents or gifts. CubeCrate is a box subscription service which delivers mysterious box of gifts to you on a monthly basis. Aims to fill you with surprises, each of CubeCrate's mysterious box contains random items from home décor to daily essentials and from beauty products to snacks.
While CubeCrate is the first box subscription service in the market that places emphasis on the elements of surprise, they currently operate on three different packages targeting audience of 25 years old to 47 years old. You can either subscribe to CubeCrate’s one-off package, 3 months package or 6 months package which costs in the range of RM 30 to RM 35 per box.
Since its establishment in June 2015, CubeCrate witnessed its peak in December 2015 when they sold more than 80 boxes while still operating on a small scale. According to the founders, their feature which allows people to buy the boxes for their friends and family made the impact. Not mentioning they also allow 100% money back guarantee if you do not like what you receive. To-date, CubeCrate has shipped beyond Klang Valley to Sabah, Penang, Johor, Terranganu and Perak.
More than just a Mysterious Box Subscription Service
CubeCrate is more than just a mysterious box subscription service. Powered by two partners, Jen Li and Melvin, they intend for CubeCrate to become also an advertising platform which offers opportunities of exposure to independent business owners.
“We are an advertising platform offering lucrative opportunities and a great deal of exposure to independent business owners. At CubeCrate, your products & services can further expand forth via our wide platform of other small business and curious community of Cubecraters waiting to be surprised with something new and innovative.” Jen Li told TallyPress.
Through deliveries of gift boxes, CubeCrate allows business owners to advertise their brands with either products or printed advertisements packed in the box. This way, not only businesses get brand awareness, it enables subscribers to test or taste the products instead of just reading about it.
“We also aim to assist independent brands to break into larger pools of consumer market. No more car roadshows, no more bazaars, no more passing out flyers, we CubeCrate reach out to people at their doors, apart from our aim to provide a surprise element to our CubeCraters.” Said Jen Li.
Moving forward, the duo with experience in mass communications hopes to acquire more subscribers and at the same time collaborate with more big brands in order to fill subscribers with more surprises.