Woohoo has tied up with brands from 400 cities to give the receiver a choice of buying kitchenware, apparel, jewellery, and more.
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba, Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn, and Japanese major telco SoftBank are among its backers.
Today his founding team runs three complementary ventures.
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.
Amazon's Prime Day failure shows the company should be really scared if Alibaba turns its sights on the US market.
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BankBazaar sells financial products like insurance policies, loans, and credit cards.
Once again, Amazon is slower than Alibaba and its many Chinese rivals.
Even though Snapdeal eyes the mobile commerce space, it has no plans of following Myntra and forcing shoppers to use only its app.
Xiaomi founders Lei Jun and Lin Bin took an auto rickshaw ride ahead of the global premiere of a new Mi phone in Delhi today.
Both the hyperlocal grocery delivery services are in expansion mode, one from Gurgaon near Delhi in the north, and the other from Bangalore in the south.
Xiaomi’s India boss, Manu Kumar Jain, today announced new ways for Indian consumers to buy its smartphones or tablets, including via Amazon.
Amazon is now trying something new in India, allowing shoppers to get food and other essentials delivered from nearby convenience stores.
Ring Zero cuts the original device's weight in half and increases gesture accuracy by 300 percent. It also teaches users how to gesture properly.
Greatfire’s bandwidth costs skyrocketed to US$30,000 per day. It's asking supporters to tell Amazon to forgo the hefty fee and support free speech.
Private equity firms and venture capitalists are becoming more interested in exploring the lucrative potential of the region.
Here’s the weirdest China ecommerce news so far this year – and possibly all year: Amazon just opened up a store on Alibaba’s marketplace, Tmall.