e-Commerce

Groupon Malaysia gets on Android
Groupon Malaysia has launched its official mobile application for Android smartphones, which the company said allows shoppers to buy, manage and redeem Groupons on the go.
Groupon gets into healthcare … no, really!
Groupon Malaysia has introduced the all-new Groupon Healthcare portal for specialty deals designed to help consumers locate selective, affordable and quality healthcare solutions approved by Malaysia’s Ministry of Health.
E-commerce merchants getting ‘bashed’ in Malaysia
One thing Jamie Jackson is not short of is confidence. A candidate for the Australian Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award, Jackson, chairman of Apac Sale Group, an online discount retailer for premium fashion brands, expresses confidence that he will “win.”
Apac Sale Group on regional ramp-up
With US$250 million in sales from Australia and New Zealand, Apac Sale Group is ready to take on Asia with Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand already on board and Indonesia, South Korea, the Philippines and Vietnam on the cards.
Lelong’s Richard Tan sees opportunity
Lelong.my founder Richard Tan acknowledges that the pricing landscape has changed dramatically with the entrance of Rocket Internet and its two properties, lazada.my and zalora.my, into the Malaysian e-commerce landscape, but he is adopting a "wait and see” attitude for now while stressing that his own premium e-commerce site, superbuy.my, can play the price game if it wants to.
Lelong CEO sanguine on Rocket Internet entrance
Richard Tan is confident that his Lelong.my has what it takes to stave off the challenge of Germany’s Rocket Internet, the aggressive money-chasing machine that has made a name for being an aggressive copier of US-based Internet trends.
Doorstep puts e-commerce in bold
Doorstep.com.my, an online retail business focused on the corporate market, has seen a quantum leap in revenue within a year. It is now looking for a strategic partner for an equity injection to help it expand into new markets.
Rakuten to launch e-commerce service in Malaysia
Japan's leading Internet services company Rakuten Inc has announced plans to launch an Internet shopping mall in Malaysia by late 2012.
Exabytes eyes 2014 listing
MSC status company Exabytes Network Sdn Bhd recorded around US$4.8 million revenue for 2011, a 30% jump over 2010. Profits, at US$670,000, were up 80% over 2010. The company is now expanding into Singapore and eyeing an eventual listing.
Exabytes, MOLPay tie-up to boost e-commerce
Exabytes and MOLPay have forged a pact to jointly provide Malaysian merchants with a fast, easy and affordable payment gateway system to enable e-commerce.
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