14 May 2020, Kuala Lumpur - The holy month of Ramadan marks the largest festivity celebrated by millions of Muslims in Malaysia. This period allows them to focus on practicing their religious values & beliefs. After fasting for 30 days, the last day of Ramadan will end with Hari Raya celebration. However, in the midst of Covid-19, Malaysians are expecting to celebrate Raya differently this year.
A report reveals that even in countries where Covid-19 hits the hardest, interests for iPhone SE 2020 are still rising and even overtaking interests in crucial Covid-19 information.
29 April 2020, Kuala Lumpur - Since early March, the high rate of Covid-19 cases in Malaysia has caused the implementation of the Movement Control Order (MCO) nationwide. Soon after the official announcement, panic-purchasing elevated quickly & most daily necessities were sold out at most places.
MALAYSIA, 5 February 2020 - Today, iPrice Group and ViSENZE announced a partnership that will bring more exciting products to shoppers when they shop with their AI-powered Shopping Lens embedded in their smartphones. Since 2019, smartphone users across Southeast Asia are able to use Visual Shopping Lens powered by ViSenze on their mobile phones to check if an item is available for online purchase.
A Market Study on The Biggest Online Sale Event in 2019
iPhone 11 has been released and will be officially available on 27 September 2019. However, with an opening price tag of RM4,099 (for the 256GB model), users who are looking to save RM644 might want to purchase the new iPhone one year later.
Home Credit Vietnam collaborates with iPrice Group to provide millions of consumers a new eCommerce price comparison & products aggregating feature on its mobile application The partnership is an extension of the original cooperation first established with Home Credit Indonesia in 2018 and aims to introduce a comprehensive shopping experience in finding the best deals and payment options all in a single platform
In less than six years’ time, Google predicts that the internet economy in the year 2025 in Malaysia will be worth RM86 billion in gross merchandise value (GMV) and a big part of the market share would be held by the e-commerce sector. As we draw closer to the year 2025, the future of e-commerce is starting to form and becoming an important part of our everyday lifestyle.
The Malaysian e-commerce market is on a growth trajectory set to reach 21% growth by 2020, according to the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC). In a 2018 interview with International Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan, he stated that this growth rate would contribute to over 211 billion GDP values, hence increasing the importance of the e-commerce market in the Malaysian economy.
34% of consumers in Southeast Asia are unhappy with their e-commerce delivery experience Over 90% of customer complaints and negative feedback are related to late delivery and a lack in communication about delivery status