JD, China's second-biggest ecommerce company after Alibaba, today announced its fourth quarter 2014 earnings report.
Daniel Tumiwa has had a colorful career, moving from Multiply to Garuda’s digital business division and idEA. In April, he will become CEO of OLX Indonesia.
2 years after pitching on reality TV show, this Malaysian ecommerce startup pockets series A funding
A finalist on Malaysian startup pitching TV show 'Make The Pitch' in 2012, fashion ecommerce store FashionValet has now secured series A funding.
The company claims to work as a courier provider for over 300 merchants in Singapore including as Lazada, Guardian, Pupsik Studio, and Love Bonito.
The huge growth potential of tech startups as vast swathes of Indians get online is persuading Japanese investors to overcome their instinctive reluctance to enter a chaotic market like India.
The telco-backed marketplace is approaching its one-year anniversary, and CEO James Lee lets the public in on how much has been invested to date.
This bro-sis duo returned to India to bring ecommerce to industrial buyers, and they just raised $2M
From hydraulic grinders to boring bars, industries large and small can get their supplies online on IndustryBuying.com, instead of doing the rounds of wholesale hardware markets.
The island's answer to Fab and Gilt has carved out a space for itself amid a booming domestic ecommerce industry.
Consumers in Thailand are using Instagram stores to discover products and then discuss the sale via Line.
More disposable income is increasing the demand for luxury products in India, but access to luxury brands is limited. Snapdeal wants to change that equation.
Wooplr lets users discover fashion and food products they like, find what’s trending around them through photographs, and recommend those to their friends and the community.
The founder was deeply impacted by the story of a young girl who had disguised herself as a boy for 12 years in order to be allowed to attend school.
“As of today, we’re averaging between 120 to 150 job requests a day, with a total of close to 4,000,” says co-founder Jeffri Cheong.
Alibaba and Tencent ramped up the taxi-booking battle in China by incorporating the startup services in their own mobile apps.
Here are ten interesting Indonesian ecommerce players that are excelling at mobile shopping.
Indonesians can now stock their quarters with cheap Chinese goods.
Online payment solutions provider Paynamics seeks to be a catalyst of ecommerce growth in the region
Helping the Philippine startup in this goal is Tokyo-based global internet and ecommerce startup incubator Beenos.