Japanese electronic commerce and Internet company Rakuten Inc, via its e-commerce platform Rakuten Online Shopping, is seeking out partnerships with both public and private sectors to grow Malaysia's e-commerce industry.
The inaugural Rakuten Expo on Nov 11 shed no new light on the e-commerce market in Malaysia, says Karamjit Singh.
There was nothing specific for the tech ecosystem in the Budget 2014 proposal announced by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on Oct 25, beyond the promise of strengthening broadband connectivity in the country and the continued focus on supporting entrepreneurship in general.
About 71% of online shoppers in Malaysia regret their purchases, often due to mismatched expectations, according to a new study released by Rakuten.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh shares his views on last week's DNA-TeAM Disrupt discussion, which had the theme: E-commerce -- is it game over?
The July DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel session on e-commerce in Malaysia saw even arch-nemeses agreeing with each other as they discussed the market potential and challenges that lay ahead.
DNA CEO and founder Karamjit Singh ponders about talent drain to Singapore and more.
With all the big foreign players coming into the e-commerce space, is it game over for domestic players? That will be the topic of discussion at the next DNA-TeAM Disrtupt session, on July 24.
Rakuten Online Shopping has reaffirmed its commitment to the Malaysian market, citing positive growth and inroads made with local industries.
Raukten gets first corporate LINE account in Malaysia Launches mobile-optimised version of shopping platform