Walmart-owned Flipkart is fending off the fall-out from the Indian government’s revised e-commerce legislations by taking advantage of the Canadian market.
The direct-to-consumer eyewear brand is leveraging the iPhone X’s facial mapping technology to allow its mobile users to virtually try-on glasses before making a purchase decision.
India’s new e-commerce laws came into effect on February 1, with Amazon and Flipkart rumoured to have pulled hundreds of thousands of products from their marketplaces to comply.
The Christmas period has proven to be fruitful for Alibaba, with the tech business reporting a 41 percent increase in revenue YOY.
It’s been a little over a month since Jennifer Christodoulou launched her new online store, Covet Shoes. So far, she says she’s been overwhelmed with the response she’s received.
Quirky beauty e-tailer, Drunk Elephant is reportedly looking for a buyer, as Founder Tiffany Masterson says the brand is keeping its options open.
Alibaba-owned Taobao is working on new tech that will help vision-impaired consumers use its online platform.
A national survey commissioned by online retailer, Container Door, has revealed some interesting statistics around how much Aussie shoppers love to bag a bargain.
While Amazon doesn’t disclose its Prime membership numbers by country, new research has revealed that its global sign-up rate is starting to slow.
As Walmart-owned Flipkart fights to fend off Amazon and keep afloat amidst tougher e-commerce regulations, the Indian-based business finalises a deal worth US$201 million.