With the booming ecommerce business in Indonesia, ecommerce logistics is never far behind. We had previously talked about the ecommerce logistics partners in our blog here. With the upcoming Chinese New Year holidays, let’s have an update of the key… Continue Reading →
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 →
The latest round of funding for Ninja Van gives the fuel to expand across markets (but) at the cost of diluting its founders’ shares to the company. This is why.
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.
How Facebook is quietly positioning themselves to capture some of the ecommerce marketplace in Southeast Asia.
We have always been arguing that with the giants such as Alibaba, Lazada and JD.com entering the Southeast Asian market, smaller e-commerce platforms will increasingly find it difficult to survive, let alone grow. The same is happening to the Daigou… Continue Reading →