Enjoy shopping locally, conversationally with people they know, and having items fulfilled faster than online commerce.
Connect easily through live-chat with residents and visitors in nJoy patent pending neighborhood shopping groups.
Customers enjoy the ease of mobile live-chat shopping, whether they're locals shopping every day or visitors making a special purchase.
Instantly offer your customers mobile live-chat shopping
Engage customers with a content rich chat experience
Offer products in just moments right in conversation
Enable customers to purchase fast and easily right in chat
City Shopper connects residents, visitors and local merchants, combining the ease and instant gratification of e-commerce shopping with local in-community personalized service
Easily set up live chat shopping groups for all the categories your neighborhood businesses service, or for limited time offers and seasonal needs:
Shoppers request items, and merchants offer items, conversationally, that are then purchased in-message
Merchants have purchases available for pick-up or delivery same-day in the neighborhood to outperform online retail
Stores that have learned how to match the ease and instant gratification of e-commerce shopping are flourishing
Empower local businesses to be front and center on residents’ and visitors’ phones when they are in the purchasing mindset
Connect local businesses directly with residents and visitors in group and private live chat stations - making it easy to purchase, sell and provide customer service
Empower local businesses to sell 24/7 without needing to be in-store
Stem the loss of sales tax revenue from e-commerce by empowering local businesses, residents and visitors to connect for easy shopping
For every $100 spent at locally owned businesses, $68 stays in the community
nJoy's city-friendly products help neighborhoods thrive, and a thriving neighborhood means successful businesses, engaged citizens, cultural events and jobs
Shopping local helps protect local environmental resources, such as reducing local air pollution from vehicles by encouraging walking, bicycling, and the use of public transit.
Shopping local is the best way to reduce carbon emissions because it allows shoppers and the goods they purchase to expend less energy during transit.