Adrian Vanzyl, CEO of Ardent Capital, is preparing to take Indonesia by storm with aCommerce, office supplies, women’s apparel, and cash back shopping tech.
Ecommerce services provider aCommerce just drank up $5M in a bridge round of funding from existing investors to cope with Indonesian demand.
Logistics are tough in the region’s large yet fragmented ecommerce markets. Companies like aCommerce offer end-to-end control, others find their niche.
Lippo Group announces Hadi Wenas as MatahariMall’s CEO. Google Indonesia’s former country director Rudy Ramawy joins Lippo Digital Ventures as managing director.
April Fools' Day has everyone at Tech in Asia a bit paranoid about getting duped by fake stories.
We pulled the data and came up with a list. The sites have to be located in and operating from Thailand. They're ranked by estimated desktop visits in January.
Sensing an untapped market, the ecommerce portal backed by Ardent rolls out its product lines
Consultants are going to become increasingly relevant in Asia's startup ecosystem.
Where's the money flowing for earlier stage startups? By narrowing down the playing field to A rounds, you can get an idea (hint: China and ecommerce).
An insider's look at where ecommerce in Southeast Asia is heading.
Learn how to solve infrastructure bottlenecks in Southeast Asia from aCommerce (#StartupAsia preview)
Logistics, backend fulfillment, and last-mile delivery are some of the bottlenecks stifling ecommerce in the developing markets of Southeast Asia. Thailand-headquartered aCommerce tackles those.
Ecommerce and logistics in Singapore is a bloodbath. ACommerce decides it wants to focus on high growth markets instead.
Two years ago Ardent Capital set out to create Southeast Asia's first trans-national ecommerce giants. Now, it just got funding from one of Indonesia's biggest holding companies.
At Startup Asia Tokyo, we’ll get a close look at the hidden potential of Thailand and the startups that are growing out of the burgeoning ecosystem in Bangkok.
Two steps forward and one step back is how we would describe Asia's tech scene of late. Here are all our biggest stories from the past week.
An ecommerce service provider aCommerce has just closed its series A venture capital round of US$10.7 million.
At the event, aCommerce CEO Paul Srivorakul gave a keynote covering ecommerce trends in Thailand.
Ramping up its presence in Asia, aComerce has now expanded into the Philippines.