Hap­pyFresh In­tro­duce Ap­pleBoy at Car Free Day

Indonesia Expat - - ANNOUNCEMENTS -

Hap­pyFresh joined the crowd at Jakarta’s weekly car free day on Sudirman Road. To­gether with the mas­cot, Ap­pleBoy, all Hap­pyFresh’s em­ploy­ees gath­ered at 6am to do a healthy walk from F(X) Sudirman to Ho­tel In­done­sia mon­u­ment. Spread­ing or­ange and green colours, the pur­pose of this ac­tiv­ity was to re-in­tro­duce Hap­pyFresh to Jakarta. Hap­pyFresh is a plat­form that ful­fils your house­hold sup­plies eas­ily through a smart­phone ap­pli­ca­tion as well as a web­site. Op­er­at­ing in In­done­sia, Malaysia and Thai­land, Hap­pyFresh has a mis­sion to help ev­ery sin­gle house­hold in South­east Asia. As its head­quar­ters has been based in Jakarta since 2015, Hap­pyFresh has helped 1,000 fam­i­lies in In­done­sia es­pe­cially in Jakarta, De­pok, Tangerang, Bekasi, Ban­dung, Surabaya and Malang.

It’s easy for Hap­pyFresh cus­tomers to ful­fil their house­hold needs from any su­per­mar­ket they love. In this Hap­pyFresh in­ter­nal ac­tiv­ity, Sun­day Morn­ing Run, David Lim, Hap­pyFresh VP of Mar­ket­ing also took part in the event as the Hap­pyFresh mas­cot known as Ap­pleBoy. One hun­dred Hap­pyFresh em­ploy­ees along with their fam­ily mem­bers were en­thu­si­as­ti­cally join­ing the event, and the CEO and Co-Founder were seen to be join­ing the hype as well.

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