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International hospitality group Accor and e-commerce giant Alibaba have entered a strategic partnership to develop a series of digital applications and loyalty programs.
A 50,000sqm JD E-Space experience store opens on Singles Day in Chongqing, JD’s largest store yet.
Singaporean startup PerroMart has developed an online-to-offline solution for pet owners blending products, advice, accessories and even vet care and grooming.
Singapore peer-to-peer on-demand item-rental marketplaces MyRent is increasing its Lender Protection Guarantee limit, with renters being covered five times more if items are mishandled or stolen.
Hong Kong-headquartered lingerie retailer 6ixty8ight is to open e-commerce store in Singapore and Malaysia this month.
Amazon’s partnership with BookMyShow in India will bring it one step closer to becoming super app, says GlobalData.
While eye-popping sales numbers have become routine for Alibaba’s Singles Day on 11.11, Forrester senior analyst Xiaofeng Wang expects this year’s event will be “grander than ever”.
Chinese O2O retailer Suning.com says sales from its online platforms and physical stores rose by 24.27 per cent in the third quarter, reaching RMB 171.43 billion (US$24.4 billion).
Alibaba revenue rose to US$16.91 billion in the September quarter, 40 per cent above the $12.1 billion during the same period last year.
Harvey Norman has become the world’s first retailer to launch a new AI-powered retail software concept the Microsoft Synchronized Shopping solution.
Indian e-commerce company Shopclues is merging with Singapore-based e-commerce company Qoo10.
South Korean online fashion retailer Bugun FNC has reached $172,000 in sales at a single store through an offline sale event called ‘Vely Market’.