If you want to sell online in Indonesia, you’d be a fool to ignore mobile commerce. Here’s a list of some of popular local apps anyone can use.
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.
The spread of mobile apps and rise in online hotel bookings are the main drivers of this surge.
ShopAtPlaces bagged funding from Indian Angel Network to get you regional specials from different parts of India.
The Muslim fashion startup claims to be growing fast, and this is the second funding round it has closed in the last six months.
The funding round was led by Singapore Press Holdings, making it a new strategic partner for Qoo10.
After being criticized by an American group for not doing enough to fight counterfeits, Alibaba pushes back that they're not doing enough to learn Chinese.
Joybynature, an Indian estore of organic products, bagged $1 million in pre series A round of funding.
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Chinese ecommerce giant JD was one of the investors to buy into this week's $30M series B round in Xiachufang, an online cooking community that is also becoming...
Berlin-based startup Glispa has been working with Asia’s ecommerce giants Alibaba, Flipkart, and Zalora to boost their user acquisition. Today it brings its nat...
NewsHunt, an app for newspapers and ebooks, will now show online shopping recommendations to users.
A commission-free platform would mean better profit margins for sellers. Buyers get a more reasonable price.
Global retail giant Target has been picking innovative Indian startups for a four-month accelerator program at its Bangalore center. Its third batch was reveale...
MySmartPrice, a Hyderabad-based price discovery and comparison search engine, today announced that it raised US$10 million in series B funding from Accel Partne...
This Singapore startup’s acquisition means a lot for the tech ecosystem.
Virgin Teez was conceptualized after a desire to help victims of deadly floods in Pakistan.
The site began in a garage with a microscopic budget. However, Indonesian actress Alice Norin is 8wood’s co-founder, with a slew of social media followers.
It’s been up and down with ecommerce in Cambodia. Roserb, a niche retail site with strong customer service, has prevailed. Now, two new sites have launched.
BlueStone offers a range of precious jewellery. The category is estimated to be worth $50-60 billion market a year in India.