11street – Korea’s largest online marketplace – has pledged to invest over RM35 million to drive sellers’ participation in Malaysia. Company aims to bring 11,000 sellers on-board by 2015.
In e-commerce, the ones who are making the money are usually the ones enabling it rather than the operators themselves.
With the Internet embedded in our way of life, it is critical that Malaysians move away from using it as an entertainment and communications vehicle to one that boosts productivity and income levels.
A local player has dared to innovate and introduce his own booking engine to the industry
Why local businessmen aren’t taking the Competition Act seriously
E-commerce is ubiquitous and has already permeated the life of online users in South East Asia. Mobile shopping may be the fastest growing retail trend this year and next. How merchants market to mobile shoppers could soon have a significant impact on sales and customer loyalty.
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Business Circle managed to catch up with several panel members of the International Advisory Panel, a panel that advises the Government on the Multimedia Super Corridor and its related execution. Members of the panel include industry leaders such as Huawei, Intel and Paypal.
What can we do to promote innovation in Malaysia? How do we support local ideas?
Innovation is important to startups, as it can create a barrier against competition and help to create value for the company.
Malaysians love our malls. We escape the weather to the cool air-conditioned climate of shopping centers – but what about shopping from the comfort of your home? Enter E-Commerce – the future of Malaysian shopping?
Can online fashion businesses survive in Malaysia? Do our local entrepreneurs have what it takes to compete with the international players?
How popular is mobile commerce? Does it represent the future of shopping?
It’s hard enough selling anything with the competition nowadays, but taking your business online also means you’re competing on a bigger scale. How can you get the edge?
What’s the future of e-commerce in Malaysia? Where is it going and what can you do to get on board?
E-commerce makes our lives easier, but at a price. How do you protect yourself from credit card fraud? Should we implement rigid rules for online transaction?
Japan’s Rakuten applauds Malaysian government’s efforts to boost SMEs. Find out what its CEO has to say.
What are flash sales and how successful are they? Find out more about the latest craze in e-commerce
How many dream of being their own boss? What does it take to build an online business? Find out from a teacher who took the road less travelled.