RedMart spent the last few years perfecting its groceries delivery business in Singapore. Now it wants to expand to Hong Kong, and perhaps beyond food products.
Founded in 2011 by Roger Egan III, Vikram Rupani, and Rajesh Lingappa, Redmart is one of Singapore’s largest online supermarket.
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The next two faces you’ll see at TIA Jakarta 2015: Roger Egan of RedMart and Veronika Linardi of Qerja. Learn how they steered their firms through tough times.
RedMart CEO Roger Egan says HappyFresh’s model can’t scale due to order volume, frequency, and complex in-store replenishment issues in the grocery business.
This bridge round of funding will lead to a series C later this year that will fund international expansion and product development.
Honestbee and RedMart are shaking up online groceries in Singapore. But their approaches are fundamentally different.
Homemade by Redmart went public in April, and saw over 1,000 meals being delivered to 800 Singaporean families in the span of just two weeks.
After spending 10 years to establish themselves in Malaysia, the time has come for Presto to challenge the region's big players.
Japanese ecommerce giant Rakuten opened a development center in Bangalore in June. Now, so has Redmart from Singapore.
Investors in this round include Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, Garena, SoftBank Ventures, and Visionnaire Ventures.
Two brothers take aim at Singapore’s online grocery industry with high quality food delivered to doorsteps
Looking to scratch that entrepreneurial itch, today the brothers are back in the game again - this time in the online groceries industry with GoFresh.
RedMart co-founders concede that they still have some way to go to conquer the $5.9 billion online groceries industry in Singapore.
Summaries of fireside chats with Viki, MyRepublic, Gumi, and Redmart
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