Bangkok-based e-commerce solutions provider aCommerce intends to make Indonesia its biggest operations centre, and has begun its expansion in the republic.
Thai startup unveils tool that helps retailers list their products across multiple marketplaces, announces plans to penetrate Malaysia and Vietnam this year.
E-commmerce startups are challenging the status quo and putting traditional retailers on the ropes, but traditional retailers still hold a key edge, Ardent Capital CEO Adrian Vanzyl told the What's Next conference.
Adrian Vanzyl, chairman of Bangkok-based fulfillment startup aCommerce, says that traditional retailers have just a 12-month window to get into e-commerce. You can catch him at the What’s Next conference on Sept 29, says Karamjit Singh.
In a year which saw the economy and IT sector depressed by political instability, mobile and Web games, as well as e-commerce, were the highlights of Thailand’s year in terms of funding and acquisitions, reports Susan Cunningham.