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  • Shopee continues its expansion in Thailand

    Shopee, a Singapore-based e-commerce company which has now becomes No.2 in the Thai market, said it currently has no plan to collect commission fee from shop owners. However, in order to maintain market share, it plans to expand investment in logistics.

  • Line parent Naver investing in iPrice

    Naver Corp, South Korea’s leading search engine operator and the parent company of Line, is investing in iPrice Group to capitalise on Southeast Asian e-commerce opportunities.

  • KBank invests 8 billion baht to expand regional business

    With the aim to support the inception of “Regional Life Platform of Choice” and expand regional business in AEC+3 markets, KASIKORNBANK (KBank) has invested 8 billion baht in a new company “KVision”, which will engage in joint ventures with leading technology and financial firms worldwide to provide financial services to a large regional customer base.

  • Krungsri Finnovate invests in SBI AI & blockchain fund

    Krungsri Finnovate, the corporate venture capital arm of Krungsri (Bank of Ayudhya), has invested in the SBI AI & Blockchain Fund of SBI Holdings, a leading Japanese financial-technology (fintech) and venture capital firm.

  • True IDC joins Japan’s BBIX in data venture

    True IDC, a local provider of data centre and cloud services, is forming a joint venture with Japan’s biggest internet exchange service provider, BBIX Inc, to prepare for tremendous growth in artificial intelligence (AI), e-commerce and global internet.

  • “Tor Yod Online” targets 1 billion baht

    Asset World Corporation recently introduced Tor Yod Online, Thailand’s first and only online business-to-business (B2B) platform that offers wholesale E-commerce services for online-to-offline (O2O) commerce. The business connects Thai entrepreneurs and manufacturers to domestic and global buyers with a total sales target of one billion baht for the first year. Soammaphat Traisorat, Chief Executive Officer […]

  • Grab announces US$2 Billion of funds raised in current financing round

    Grab Holdings Inc. (Grab), Southeast Asia’s leading O2O mobile platform, announced it has raised US$2 billion for its current round of financing. Grab will use the funds to expand the range of O2O services it provides in Southeast Asia and to grow into becoming the everyday super app of choice for millions in the region.

  • Alibaba Business School Initiates Global E-Commerce Talent Network

    Alibaba Business School announced the establishment of the Global E-Commerce Talent (GET) Network, in collaboration with universities and training institutions from around the world. Focused on educating and equipping individuals with the skills needed for e-commerce success in the digital economy.

  • Nimo TV, Tencent Games sign strategic cooperation agreement

    China's top game streaming platform Huya Inc. signs strategic cooperation deal with Tencent Games. Both parties will promote deep cooperation in overseas game and live streaming. They aim to provide overseas game lovers with high-quality games and live streaming.