Singapore startup helps small businesses adapt to the digital economy without the burden of high capital expenditure.
Move comes as cross-border sales in the region quadruple over the last three years.
Japan-based company has a presence in Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore.
Poised to grow annual recursive revenue by more than 20% and plans to advance its market share in Bangkok and Jakarta.
Sellers can learn in the comfort of their own home or on-the-go through on-demand content.
ShopBack sees as many orders in January 2019 as it did in December 2018.
Lazada, Shopee, and 11street are Malaysia’s three most visited e-commerce platforms.
Local talent shortage will continue in a candidate-driven market, particularly for technology and contracting roles.
Funds came from Sequoia Capital, Temasek, Burda Principal Investments, Sofina, EDBI and existing investors.
Took on the role in January and will lead strategic development and growth.