Bun Park, managing director of Camazoon and the founder of Phzar, discusses the Kingdom’s e-commerce potential.
Over 130 brands have joined in Alibaba’s anti-counterfeiting alliance.
India outlines a new draft policy for its burgeoning e-commerce sector.
A Chinese pilot zone starts business.
For Tong Jun, price tags and brand names are no longer major concerns.
The current draft of the long-awaited e-commerce law is expected to gain the approval of the Council of Ministers before the end of the year, according to a high-ranking official.
The Royal Academy of Cambodia (RAC) is partnering up with e-commerce experts from Yunnan, in Southern China, to enhance online sales of Cambodian agricultural products.
The air freight sector should adopt paperless processes, industry insiders say.
Modestore on Saturday hosted a VIP cocktail party to celebrate the soft launch of its e-commerce website (www.modestore.asia), an online platform for authentic and high-quality fashion apparel.
Cambodia will have to wait a little longer to have an E-commerce Law.
eFounders program invited two Cambodians founder of BookMeBus and BanhJi to learn first-hand the transformative impact e-commerce and technology have on society in China.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and Alibaba Business School enrolled the first class of 37 Asian entrepreneurs.
E-commerce continues its rapid expansion in the kingdom, with major global companies like Uber entering the market.
Alibaba will take a major stake in one of China’s top food sellers for $2.9 billion.
Cambodia and China sign a memorandum of understanding on e-commerce cooperation, by which China will provide technical advice to help boost e-commerce in the kingdom.
Workers wielding hand-held wood sanders toil overtime in Cheng Huaibao’s bunk bed factory, rushing to prepare for a wave of orders.
Alibaba says soaring sales fuels a 132 percent increase in net profit in what it calls an “outstanding” quarter.
Amazon has received 238 pitches from places across North America vying to be home to its second headquarters.
Alibaba announces it will invest $15 billion to build a global logistics network and also take control of a $20 billion unit.
The comfort of home, or the office – everybody’s shopping needs are simply a click away, and no more traffic jams.