Singapore-based online beauty store Luxola today announced that it has raised over $3 million in additional funding, adding on to their oversubscribed series C ...
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.
DEAL.com.sg is making a move into the online luxury space with D’Luxe, which will be a space dedicated to luxury products.
Chinese estore JD (NASDAQ:JD) hit stock markets moments ago. After initially pricing its shares at $19 earlier today, the stock actually debuted at $21.75.
With Indian ecommerce leader Flipkart and the country’s number one online apparel shop Myntra on the verge of announcing their merger, the former’s biggest riva...
JD goes public today upon opening of Thursday’s trading. The company has just priced its shares at $19 each, which is above the initial $16 to $18 range it advi...
South Korea-based HelloMarket is like Craigslist on steroids, with a better interface oriented around photos and a built-in escrow payments system. Today it got...
The two will keep operating as separate entities. Flipkart is probably the biggest general marketplace in India, while Myntra is the biggest fashion-focused est...
Amazon’s first ever investment in China is an online fresh food grocer, could signal AmazonFresh expansion
This is the first time Amazon has ever invested in a Chinese company. The move mirrors Walmart's (NYSE:WMT) majority stake in Yihaodian.
New figures out today show that spending on China’s ecommerce sites keeps growing, hitting a grand total of RMB 446.44 billion (US$74.03 billion) in Q1 2014.
Tech in Asia spoke to Qunar CEO Chenchao (a.k.a. CC) Zhuang about the fast-changing online travel industry.
JD’s latest update reveals that the ecommerce company is pricing its shares in the US$16 to $18 range, which values the site at up to $24.6 billion once it even...
Between, the South Korean app for couples, will launch an ecommerce store today. It also hit 1M users in Japan and attracted two new investors.
Online vendors can encourage consumers to purchase online through alternative online payment methods.
The alliance saves Shoprunner the trouble of adapting its current model to the Chinese market--a task many foreign ecommerce companies have tried and failed at.
The DPRK does have a budding tourism industry for curious travelers, and North Korea Travel might well be the most comprehensive guide yet.
Covering a wedding planner, online directory, forum, and ecommerce, Weddingku is looking to be a one-stop solution for all wedding ceremonies in Indonesia.
Currently Orori sells various jewelry products including wedding rings and pendants. You can also buy diamonds, gold bars, and gift packages on the site.
Beauty boxes may have stagnated, but the story may have just begun for subscription commerce.