Bricks and Clicks
EDBI, the investment arm of the Singapore Economic Development Board, has invested in California's RetailNext, which specialises in IoT retail analytics for brick-and-mortar stores.
DNA continues its weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy, and this week we speak to FashionValet’s husband-and-wife team.
While many are still caught up in the second wave of digital disruption – where startups are disrupting incumbents – the third wave is already here, according to a panel discussion at DNA’s What’s Next 2016.
Some interesting digital moves and outstanding additions to What’s Next are on Karamjit Singh’s mind this week.
The lack of technical knowledge and the high cost of hiring skilled people have left many unable to move online, but this is an issue Singapore startup Shopmatic hopes to solve.
iFashion Group has officially announced its acquisition of Invade, and now has also disclosed it was for US$1.1 million, in a combination of cash and shares.
Traditional industries that have been dismissed as being resistant to change are already being transformed by the Internet of Things (IoT), and here are some examples, from retail and logistics to healthcare.
Singapore’s food delivery space saw a new entrant last year with Deliveroo catering to mid-to-high tier restaurants, writes Benjamin Cher.
Eye Port has developed Trendy County, an omni-channel platform that intends to disrupt the retail sector with automated stores placed at high-traffic locations such as airports and universities.
After 25 years in operations, lifestyle retail giant Mitra Adi Perkasa (MAP) finally took the digital plunge by officially launching its own e-commerce site, MAP Emall.