Which ecommerce site will win over India’s booming market? At the top, it’s a fierce battle between Flipkart and Snapdeal.
The scene is set for a shift to app commerce in India, and Flipkart wants to be an early mover. Hence its Big Billion Day Sale this week is app-only.
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China today saw a huge tech merger with the official confirmation of a deal to bring together daily deals and food delivery startups Dianping and Meituan.
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The Singaporean startup wants to capture the growing segment of internet-savvy shoppers that are now entering their 30s.
Along with payment wallet Chillr and unsecured loan provider IndiaLends, beauty marketplace Nykaa saw a huge series B round of funding.
Snapdeal just made a big move that’ll allow you to try on a pair of shoes in a store and then buy them online.
Most fast moving products in the beauty space are often out of stock in retail stores. So Falguni Nayar launched a beauty startup called Nykaa.
After a stuttering start, Rocket Internet’s Daraz ecommerce marketplace is finally poised to take off
Bjarke Mikelssen, Co-Ceo of Daraz, says there’s a lot more responsibility now that they’ve raised funding.
The recent parcel bombings in China could make life difficult for China's ecommerce giants if authorities fear similar attacks could happen again.
Wydr will allow real-time catalogue sharing, network building, deal discovery, order processing, and reach expansion through unique chat-enabled tools.
Sequoia India is also an investor in Craftsvilla.
Origami, one of Japan's most-funded startups, is leveraging its successful online-to-offline shopping app to provide in-store payments.
Allstocker, a heavy machinery ecommerce marketplace, has attracted US$832,000 in funding from GMO Venture Partners and angels.
HungryNaki is giving Foodpanda a real run for its money.
The airline’s chairman Tony Fernandes reveals a plan to launch an ecommerce arm, saying they’re an internet company after all.