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Vestiaire Collective is bringing its coronavirus charity sale to Singapore and Hong Kong this week after launching in US and European countries on April 1.
South Korean premium grocery delivery e-commerce firm Kurly has procured funding of US$150 million from its existing investors.
Chinese e-commerce platform JD has provided a touching testament to the progressive recovery of Wuhan, the first city to be hit by the coronavirus outbreak.
Thailand’s Central Pattana has launched ‘One call x One click’ service which allows its customers to shop remotely during social distancing.
The pending merger between South Korea’s number one food-delivery app Baemin and Yogiyo has fuelled widespread concerns about monopolistic market behaviour.
Disgraced Chinese coffee giant Luckin has apologised to customers and promised business as usual following a widely publicised admission that the firm had fabricated sales figures.
Alibaba group chairman and CEO Daniel Zhang has launched the “2020 Spring Thunder Initiative” to help small and medium businesses ride out the coronavirus pandemic.
Shenzhen’s multi-brand jeweller Ideal has transformed its 18-year-old traditional business model to a New Retail business virtually overnight in light of the coronavirus crisis.
Thai grocery wholesaler Loxley is pivoting to delivery services as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Online grocery-delivery services in Malaysia are facing overwhelming demand, with some firms forced to suspend or limit delivery operations.
Alibaba Group’s livestreaming channel Taobao Live is planning to attract more than 200,000 businesses to its platform this year.
Asian omnichannel fashion brand Pomelo has launched Pomelo Cares, an initiative to support the community and frontline medical sector during the coronavirus pandemic.