Usually, sectors such as ecommerce and food delivery should experience a boom as people opt to stay at home.
Last week’s announcement that Didi has agreed to take of control of 99 – Brazil’s homegrown ride hailing platform – confirmed the rumours that Didi is looking to make its first foray (running, not investing) outside of China. What are… Continue Reading →
To spice our sales pitch up a bit, we have prepared a short video.
As a part of the Indonesian conglomerate group, it has conveniently eliminated the first problem of acquiring merchants.
Our recent encounters with a content platform based out of Jakarta, Indonesia has a tragic ring to it.
As purveyors of tech stories that are not often covered, we have ourselves (internally) prepared a checklist of bullshit – to separate truth from fiction. This in its own we thought would be a very interesting discussion to write about…. Continue Reading →
Didi is valued at US$56 billion with daily order of 25 million; while Meituan is valued at US$30 billion with daily order of 22 million.
Butterfly effect? No – we think otherwise, after a simple exercise.
The three kingdoms of bike sharing in China are firmed
With a fast growing economy and uprising household incomes, the e-commerce market may not be saturated for several years. The main focus should be on building trust with consumers, including sufficient choices of products, quality of products, quick delivery, user friendly user interface (UI) and secure payment methods.