The earth moved twice in Southeast Asia’s e-commerce world this week. Alibaba takes credit for one move, Singapore’s MAS for the other.
For the first time, Gartner publishes a ranking of the top 100 largest tech companies in the world based on estimates for their revenue (excluding communication services) across IT and component market segments.
Seeks to be a medium to help Indonesian e-commerce grow.
German venture capitalist with a focus on Series B puts its faith (and money) in Southeast Asian e-commerce scene.
Asia has become the centre of global economic growth and by embracing digital, it will continue to lead global economic growth over the coming decade.
Forms a capital and business affiliation in the digital payment industry with Japan’s transcosmos inc.
The collaboration is aimed at promoting SMEs and local products to international buyers and suppliers.
AI expert Nvidia seeks to fill the gap in knowledgeable experts in AI through its DLI initiative.
CrescoData, a cloud based multi-channel listing platform announces their partnership with Google Shopping in Singapore.
By 2020, cloud, hosting and traditional infrastructure services will come in more or less at par in terms of spending.