eCommerce Archives - Inside Retail Thailand
ShopBack Thailand has launched with more than 100 merchants on board.
Kentucky Fried Chicken has launched an online merchandise shop, KFC Ltd, selling fried-chicken apparel and limited-edition items.
Alibaba Group will build an e-commerce park in Thailand to serve the Asean e-commerce market.
Greater China and emerging markets helped boost Nike’s fourth-quarter revenues to US$8.68 billion.
Alibaba Group’s share in Lazada has reached about 83 per cent after the e-commerce giant bought out all but one other investor.
Tesco Lotus has adjusted its omnichannel sales strategies as the boundaries between the offline and online worlds blur for Thai consumers.
Reebonz plans to raise up to US$150 million to bolster its marketplace business and fund expansion.
Amazon’s US$13.7 billion bid for Whole Foods, the up-scale US grocer, “makes sense, but doesn’t come without risks”.
Thailand is considering a draft bill on taxing e-commerce companies and social-media networks.
JD.com plans to enter the Thai market this year as its second Southeast Asia market after Indonesia.
Jack Ma says he is aiming for $1 trillion GMV turnover in 2020 and a payroll of 100 million Alibaba workers.
Caffe De Aromi has chosen Lazada Thailand as its online ecommerce platform to sell fresh roasted coffee.