It’s been almost a year since the pandemic struck the planet, affecting every household. All vital necessities became scarce, and demand for internet distribution systems soared, leading Cloud Panda PH to create its own.
The toktok distribution app, which was created and built in the Philippines, is now available in Metro Manila. Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza and toktok’s President Jonathan So and Vice President Carlito Macadangdang unveiled it on the company’s Facebook page with a few media guests.
Aside from becoming a passenger, there are other options to raise money. You may be an online franchisee or an operator. The first of its kind to provide Filipinos with a large amount of future revenue. You will gain an average of P1 500 a day as a passenger. An internet franchisee receives 3% of the distribution fee, while operators receive 7%.
So and Macadangdang, two young business magnates, agree that using Richards and Mendoza in both of their campaigns will increase toktok’s income and inspire the younger generation to be more business savvy. They also advocate for having employment, as well as assisting and reaching out to their fellow kababayans.
Sister Businesses of TokTok
Toktok has been serving its sister businesses, Siomai King, JC, and CopperMask, since the beginning of the pandemic and is now ready to expand its presence and help meet the need for online distribution services.
Moreover, Toktok is the today’s game-changer in the field of delivery service. It offers a safer and more efficient means of shipping your packages at a low cost, with the potential to make multiple bookings. With its hassle-free and straightforward software, you can schedule your deliveries in just a few taps.
Visit www.toktok.ph or either of its social media accounts for more information about becoming a passenger, online franchisee, or operator. The app is available on the App Store and Google Play.