Touch ‘n Go eWallet expands cross-border payment to China
Touch ‘n Go Group, via TNG Digital Sdn Bhd owner and operator of Touch ‘n Go eWallet, announced the expansion of its cross-border payment capabilities to China.
U Mobile collaborates with Qualcomm on smart retailing
U Mobile collaborates with Qualcomm Technologies to explore the future of smart retailing.
Ebay assists Malaysian SMEs to export overseas
eBay released its Southeast Asia Small Online Business Trade Report July 2022, highlighting the successes of SMEs in Southeast Asia in expanding their global reach and selling to international markets using the firm’s global marketplace
Dropee raises US$1.3mil extended seed round to help wholesale businesses digitise
Strong position to help businesses go digital, Singapore expansion by end 2020 Averages 8k to 10k monthly purchase orders from over 12k retailers on platform
Dropee is second Malaysian startup to be accepted into Y Combinator
Dropee which was birthed from the drop-shipping concept where local independent retailers are able to discover the right suppliers, joins famed Silicon Valley accelerator, Y-Combinator's Winter 2020 cohort.
Week in Review: Is it game over with Alibaba pouring in another US$2bil into SEA?
Alibaba is pouring in US$2 billion into SEA while Ganesh Kumar Bangah aims to ease the journey for SMEs into digital.
Master of Data
Fusionex International Founder & CEO, Ivan Teh shares his thoughts on BDA and how companies can emerge winners.
4 in 10 online transactions may be inaccurately measured by regional retailers: Criteo
Southeast Asian retailers who lack a cross-device perspective will have a distorted view on up to 41% of their online transactions.
What’s Next 2016: Digital disruption not a key concern for Valiram Group
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.
Fuelled by e-commerce, Indonesia and Malaysia in top 5 of retail index
Thanks to the e-commerce boom, among other factors, Indonesia and Malaysia have made it into the top five of the 2016 Global Retail Development Index by consulting firm A.T. Kearney.