A new online ordering service called Oasis has just opened up to Canadians, giving them the option to order from a wide range of products.
“We are excited to announce that the Oasis website has now opened to Canadian customers, enabling Canadians to order their favourite homegoods from our catalogue in the comfort of their own homes,” said Mark Williams, chief executive officer of Oasis.
The company says its service is ideal for those who want to order as little as $30, but are in the market for more expensive goods.
The online shopping service offers a range of home goods from pillows to table linens, furniture to curtains, bedding and other home goods.
There are no fixed pricing for items, but they all range from $30 to $75 depending on their quality and colour.
“It’s a very good option for people who want the lowest prices available,” Williams said.
“It’s great for consumers to be able find that perfect purchase.”
The service is open to Canadian residents who live in a province where Oasis operates.
The Oasis brand has been a popular name in Canada for years, with a website and app to be launched next week.
Williams says there are other options available to Canadians in other countries, including from China and Taiwan.
The new service also includes a Canadian version of Ozone, where customers can order the brand’s home goods online.
Oasis, which has been offering the service in Canada since October, has received positive feedback from consumers.
“Oasis is very pleased with the results and is now confident to open up to the Canadian market,” said Brian McLeod, CEO of Oaze, a Toronto-based online grocery company.
“Our focus at Oasis is to be as innovative and innovative as possible, and this will be no exception,” McLeod said.
“This is a great opportunity for Canadians to get their favourite product from Oasis for as low a price as possible.”
The company has opened a new Canadian branch in Toronto.
The Canadian service is the first of its kind in the world, Williams said, adding that it has already opened stores in Calgary, Ottawa and Montreal.