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55% of consumers are frustrated with long log-in and sign up forms.
The platform can issue authenticity certificates with a team of watch appraisers.
It is rolling out a series of promotions including an instant win game.
Some are introducing, expanding, or shortening their quick delivery services.
The flagship store will be open by the spring of 2022.
The store will bring over 800 brands, including those in the electronics sector.
One store caters to travellers, whilst the other is available only to airport staff.
Department stores in the capital have recently become hotbeds of infection.
Winners were awarded via digital award presentations on 12-16 July.
More shoppers are influenced by amusing, short videos when it comes to trying out new products.
Real household spending will continue to fall below pre-pandemic levels in the coming years.
Contrary to the popular stereotype, Singaporean men are more price-conscious than Singaporean women.
Singapore undergraduate teams will compete for $8,000 and an internship with Lazada.
Chain operators are especially expected to grow at a higher rate.

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Embedded finance aims to simplify transactions and improve customer experience.

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How eBay reaches out to Australia's struggling merchants

Through its Always Open on eBay Australia initiative, over 1,000 retailers have set up online shops on its platform.

Consolidation in the cards for retailers and suppliers

Suppliers may even soon become competitors with retailers in the e-commerce space.

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55% of consumers are frustrated with long log-in and sign up forms.
The platform can issue authenticity certificates with a team of watch appraisers.
It is rolling out a series of promotions including an instant win game.
Some are introducing, expanding, or shortening their quick delivery services.
The flagship store will be open by the spring of 2022.
The store will bring over 800 brands, including those in the electronics sector.
One store caters to travellers, whilst the other is available only to airport staff.
Department stores in the capital have recently become hotbeds of infection.
Winners were awarded via digital award presentations on 12-16 July.
More shoppers are influenced by amusing, short videos when it comes to trying out new products.
Real household spending will continue to fall below pre-pandemic levels in the coming years.
Contrary to the popular stereotype, Singaporean men are more price-conscious than Singaporean women.
Singapore undergraduate teams will compete for $8,000 and an internship with Lazada.
Chain operators are especially expected to grow at a higher rate.

Exclusives

What does ‘gold standard’ mean for Asia’s payments and e-commerce scene?

The market’s diverse challenges open the door for solutions that tackle country or region-specific issues.

Philippine retailers struggling to rightsize as logistics takes off: JLL

This is following the rise of e-commerce-use amidst long lockdowns throughout the country.

How NTUC FairPrice's consumer centric mindset became its golden goose

The "FairPrice on Wheels" community initiative brings daily essentials to mature estates with higher concentration of low-income seniors.

How embedded finance eases Philippines’ e-commerce woes

Embedded finance aims to simplify transactions and improve customer experience.

NTUC Fairprice: Building the grocery store of the future

What does the future of supermarkets look like in Singapore, and how will it change how you shop?

How eBay reaches out to Australia's struggling merchants

Through its Always Open on eBay Australia initiative, over 1,000 retailers have set up online shops on its platform.

Consolidation in the cards for retailers and suppliers

Suppliers may even soon become competitors with retailers in the e-commerce space.

Become an Retail Asia member