Merchants

Week in Review: You know it’s a new world when the regulator – in Singapore – encourages risk
The earth moved twice in Southeast Asia’s e-commerce world this week. Alibaba takes credit for one move, Singapore’s MAS for the other.
KFit to drop e-commerce of Groupon Malaysia, focus on being best sales app
KFit Group aims to be best sales app, via Fave, for local businesses. In talks to very strategic investors to help it build market leading O2O platform.  
ChopChop hopes to make a dent, and more
Aaron Hee and his mates started ChopChop with a simple idea: Using the mobile phone to create a loyalty program. But it can be a powerful value proposition for merchants, most of whom will admit that they have no clue who their customers are, and even worse, who their best customers are and how to build a relationship with them.
Making QR codes more useful
The full potential of the QR code has not been tapped and in most instances, it is only used to link users to a website URL or merely to a company's homepage. One Malaysian startup hopes to change all that.
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