How(and why) Facebook is gradually adding new features in order to protect their position.
And Alibaba is not the first major tech company in China to disrupt pig farming
When RedMart launched in Singapore in 2011 – the idea was not really loved by investors, and the founders had to meet hundred of individuals to put together enough money to kick start. Fast forward a number of years, RedMart… Continue Reading →
Now that Facebook Marketplace is in Singapore, where does that leave Carousell?
As e-commerce in Vietnam grows, last mile delivery has plenty of opportunity to grow with it. But underdeveloped transport infrastructure has so far created a last-mile logistics sector that is more dependent on labour than on anything else. Players that… Continue Reading →
Indonesia has more than 17000 islands, however most foreign tech investors and entrepreneurs rarely go beyond Jakarta. There are blue oceans in the provinces.
As a few promising startups failed to live up to their expectation in 2017, we look at what 2018 has to offer.
With a young, tech-savvy population with high consumption demand, B2C and C2C e-commerce in Vietnam has plenty of potential to grow. However, customer perception of domestic retailers and goods, players’ own incapability, restrictive infrastructure and the lack of a clear… Continue Reading →
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.
How Facebook is quietly positioning themselves to capture some of the ecommerce marketplace in Southeast Asia.