Could this pandemic herald a new era for Ramadan bazaar merchants in Singapore? With the new normal now being social distancing and staying away from crowds, what does this mean for sellers who depend solely on direct selling to customers to earn their keeps?
As more retailers and sellers wade through this pandemic and make adjustments to their strategy to recession-proof their business, they soon may be able to sow their success for growth in expansion to come.
In the lead up to Lazada’s 11.11 Shopping Festival, which ends on 11 November, shoppers can expect up to 90% in discounts on the eCommerce platform, with access to over $11 million in vouchers of up to $1,111.
SINGAPORE — Everyone has a super-power – how latent or weak it is, depends on whether we leave it dormant, or take time and effort to hone it, like how Emily Hamilton, the co-founder of Supernova, does hers — that of turning everything she brings to e-commerce (so far), into gold.
Besides being a foodie nation, Singapore has quite the reputation for being a booze nation as well. According to 2010's National Health Survey, 2.6 per cent of Singaporeans consume alcohol regularly. And by regularly, the survey meant more than four days a week.
You know you want this dress from Prada’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection. As if online shopping wasn’t already dangerous enough, it’s now proliferating social media, making it impossible to avoid that Prada dress you’ve had bookmarked for months. Pinterest, the inspirational (and aspirational) image sharing site, has taken the next step in blurring the lines between e-commerce and friendly online engagement by introducing The Pinterest Shop, a curated catalog of items that can be directly purchased, turning the Internet mood board from third-party promoter to boutique-like seller. The new addition is an enhancement of Buyable Pins, which were launched in June.