The mini programme for WeChat will be live towards the end of May 2019.
Malaysia and Thailand expected to be the key drivers of pushing the Group to breakeven by December 2019.
Carlist.my will now focus on satisfying buyers and consumers first, dealers second. Why the change? Why now? Goh Thean Eu finds out.
As Malaysia’s largest online marketplace, with products and services in over 50 categories, Mudah.my is facing competition on all fronts. Its new CEO is unperturbed however, because he has a focused game plan, reports Goh Thean Eu.
All eyes are on the entry of Car X Services Sdn Bhd’s MyMotor.my into the Malaysian online automotive classifieds space, currently dominated by ASX-listed iCar Ltd and Singapore’s 701Search Pte Ltd.
Malaysia’s automotive online classifieds market, currently dominated by established portals such as Carlist.my and oto.my, is expected to heat up with the entry of a new player, Car X Services Sdn Bhd, 80%-owned by e-government services giant MyEG. Goh Thean Eu has the story.
Loss of A$6mil, says on track to breaking even Aims to be clear No 1 player in Thailand within 12mths
Carlist.my has launched a Response Management System, describing it as the first such platform in the market.
iCar Asia Ltd has announced an additional investment of A$7.2 million (US$6.5 million) from ASX-listed carsales.com Ltd, which it would invest into product development and marketing activities of its market leading brand Carlist.my.
iCar Asia said it has secured a RM42.2-million (US$13.5-million) strategic investment from Australia’s carsales.com Ltd for its local automotive classifieds site Carlist.my, calling it the largest online deal in Asean this year.