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Four steps to enhance personalised shopper experiences

Every consumer has a unique preference, so here’s how retailers can enhance the shopper experience.

Desigual partners with Zalora in Singapore

Spanish fashion brand Desigual has partnered with Zalora in Singapore to co-host a VIP event and present the label’s Fall Winter 2019 collection in Singapore.

Amazon launches local online store, Amazon.sg

Amazon has launched Amazon.sg, a larger local online store in Singapore, to diversify its product offer and compete with rivals such as Lazada and Shopee.

Pomelo plans 100-strong partner store expansion in Thailand, Singapore

Fashion-tech brand Pomelo plans to launch 100 additional Pomelo Partner stores by December on the back of a US$52 million Series C fundraising.

Citi partners with Lazada to launch co-branded credit card

The financial services giant Citi has partnered with Lazada Group to launch the new Lazada Citi credit card in Southeast Asia.

Honestbee wins creditor reprieve

Struggling grocery retailer and delivery startup Honestbee has been granted a four-month debt moratorium by the Singapore High Court.

Online remote payments for digital and physical goods to hit $6 trillion

New research shows the total transaction value of online remote payments for digital and physical goods will exceed US$6 trillion by 2024.

Vietnamese footwear brand Saado eyes US expansion after Southeast Asian success

Vietnamese startup footwear brand Saado plans to expand its retail network into the US after successful launch in Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar within just a year.

Pomelo secures US$52 million in funding for expansion

Leading omnichannel fashion company Pomelo has secured US$52 million in funding, making it the first Thai startup to raise a Series C funding round.

Alibaba founder Jack Ma reflects on 20 years at tech giant as he prepares to step aside

Alibaba founder Jack Ma has made his final appearance as executive chairman, as CEO Daniel Zhang takes the helm of the company.

How location-based technology can bridge the gap between online and in-store shopping

Retail marketers are increasingly using location-based technology to bridge the gap between online and in-store shopping.

More than 1 million motor vehicles will have been sold online next year

By next year, more than 1 million motor vehicles will have been sold online, according to research from Frost & Sullivan.