Malaysians can’t pass up on a good deal and more are directing their online searches to seeking out promotions and deals in the weeks leading up to the Merdeka or national day celebrations.
The biggest fear of many brick-and-mortar companies is they will be disrupted by digitalisation, new technologies and even young and hungry startups – but that’s not the case with Valiram Group.
Claiming it has been experiencing “healthy growth,” the country manager of the Malaysian operations of Singapore-based cashback startup ShopBack is not entirely satisfied.
CardPow has officially launched its cashback programme, offering users cash when they spend on select outlet and brands.
30 e-commerce sites and marketplaces are joining forces to launch Indonesia’s first-ever Hari Belanja Online Ramadhan (Harboldan), special online shopping days in conjunction with the Muslim holy month of Ramadhan.
Pemesanan barang kebutuhan sehari-hari tumbuh dua kali lebih cepat Pengiriman gratis berlaku selama flash sale untuk area Jabodetabek
India’s Getex joins the Malaysian cashback space and is confident it can lure customers despite the intense competition, saying it will empower consumers with cash incentives.
The online cashback concept is already popular in the UK and US, and ShopBack wants to scratch that itch in South-East Asia, believing that its partnerships with e-commerce giants like Taobao and eBay are key.
MDeC said that its annual online sales, #MyCyberSale, recorded RM117.7 million in Gross Merchandise Volume (GMV) this year, a 75% increase from last year, with RM61 million coming from SMEs.
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.