Venkat Potluri and Ganesamurthy were directors at Flipkart in charge of onboarding and managing sellers. It gave them an inside view of the problems sellers fac...
Ecommerce is already big in Asia, and it only has room to grow. As local startups and global players tap into new opportunities, each country also creates its own ecommerce leaders. On top of these sites, social media is even becoming a new avenue for consumers to shop. While many countries still struggle to find better payment options and access to the internet, it’s worth studying how new ecommerce players and the evolving demand of consumers shapes how Asians shop.
Hundreds of flash deals sites and apps have sprung up over the years. If you’re operating in this crowded space, how do you keep up? For Singapore’s LOCO, the k...
The deal will see a lot of synergies between the two companies.
Base on the latest survey by MasterCard in 14 Asia Pacific countries in 2015, the proportion of people shopping online in the past 3 months has increased from 6...
The pain experienced in his personal life was enough to convince Fazal Bahardeen that there was significant opportunity for his venture.
Flatpebble secured $600,000 from Indian Angel Network for providing photography services and stylists.
Why should you use an app when you're shopping in a brick-and-mortar store? RainCheck has an answer.
At Tokopedia’s 6th birthday, the startup revealed it’s now collaborating with Go-Jek. This could be the beginning of a strong partnership.
Japan's GMO Payment Gateway has doubled-down on its investment in Neweb, and plans to bring the Taiwanese company to Japan's market.
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba, Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn, and Japanese major telco SoftBank are among its backers.
Paywhere is the company behind TackThis!, which enables entrepreneurs and businesses to set up their online stores, manage their store inventory, and accept pay...
China now has 668 million active internet users, but that's not growing much. All the spectacular growth is now in mobile.
Indian counterparts to Amazon and Uber are desperately hiring top rung Indian talent from the US in the hope they will keep them in the race which has escalated...
Popular shopping marketplace Tokopedia has come a long way since it was founded by two first-time entrepreneurs.
Alibaba's quarterly results show that for the first time ever, the company's ecommerce revenue came mostly from mobile users.
The Alibaba-Suning deal is about online as well as offline partnerships - and it could mean two-hour delivery times for Alibaba's shoppers.
The new estore is designed to take on Alibaba’s ecommerce dominance, with a focus on helping people buy local products and services.
Japanese startup Sorabito has created Allstocker, the new marketplace where you can buy a bulldozer… in your underwear. What else could you want?
Between Paytm and Snapdeal - along with its subsidiary FreeCharge - Alibaba now has a finger in the major mobile commerce players in this mobile-first market.
A week ago, word was out that Flipkart raised $700M. Now, another homegrown rival, Snapdeal, gets a booster shot to battle Amazon.