Daily deals and discount products site Evoucher from Indonesia announces pre-series A funding from a Korean company in the gaming industry.
Wowo, also known as 55tuan, has finally achieved its US IPO dreams. NASDAQ:WOWO, look it up.
Wowo, also known as 55tuan, has missed several IPO dates already and it looks likely to miss its next one. What the heck is going on?
This is a story of how a woman entrepreneur with two young children at home took some tough calls, made lucky bets, and turned her daily deals company profitable.
"The idea for Offpeak was mooted from the hotel and airline industry where they often give discounts during off-peak season, so why not for the restaurants too?"
China's 55tuan - which will officially be called Wowo - has had the date set for its NASDAQ IPO later this month.
Meituan, one of China’s biggest startups as well as one of its top daily deals sites, has secured a fresh US$700 million in funding.
Techweb is reporting that Chinese daily deals site Lashou is in for massive layoffs following its recent acquisition.
Tech in Asia sources say BDO took actions against CashCashPinoy over mounting complaints it was selling fake goods.
Daily deals site CashCashPinoy revealed today that it has secured US$2 million in funding to aid its growth as one of the top ecommerce destinations in the Philippines.
China’s Sanpower Group announced today that it has signed a deal to acquire group buying site Lashou, according to Techweb. How much Lashou was valued at and the date the deal will be finalized have n...
Chinese tech giant Baidu continued its expansion into South America today with the announcement that it has purchased a controlling share of Brazilian group buying site Peixe Urbano for an undisclosed...
Times Internet, the online subsidiary of The Times of India Group, is expanding its web empire with yet another Indian startup acquisition.
One of the sure things in Indonesia’s internet industry is the ample amount of ecommerce startups hanging around the corner.
China’s daily deals industry is worth about US10 billion per year – and that makes the risky and highly fragmented sector worth fighting for.
In Vietnam, it is quite arguable that the ecommerce market has been led in large part by daily deals companies. Back in early 2012, ecommerce was still nascent. B2C companies like Tiki.vn and Lazada h...