Toronto's Teambuy becomes first Canadian daily deal company to launch Facebook ecommerce app

by Techvibes NewsDesk

Toronto-born yesterday that they have launched a commerce app on its existing Facebook Pages, allowing consumers to purchase daily deals directly through the platform. is the first Canadian daily deal company to feature the technology.

“We’re taking our very popular platform and engaging with our customers wherever it is most convenient to them, whether that means our website, our mobile app or site, and now through our Facebook pages,” explained Jerry Jarosinski, Director of Engagement and Retention for “This is a win-win proposition for both our customers and merchant partners. Users have ever-changing needs, and engage with brands through mediums that are most convenient for the brands. Here we have the opportunity to take our platform to our customers, wherever they choose to visit.” claims to be the largest and fastest-growing independently owned Canadian team-buying website. It launched in October 2009 and raised $7 Million from an undisclosed institutional investor in June 2011.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada is a Canadian-based team-buying website that launched in Toronto in October 2009. The site secures impressive savings by using team-buying power, giving users the benefit of buying in bulk without actually having to. Each feature depends on a minimum number of buyers signing up; if the Buy is successful, a Team Ticket is sent via email within 24 hours to those who purchased. If the... more

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