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Are you ready for 11-11?
Black Friday—or the Friday after Thanksgiving—is the sale of the year for many Americans. But here in the Philippines, 11-11, or November 11, is where it’s at. In a survey of 2,015 Filipinos released by Finder.com, about 55 percent of respondents said ...
 
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“Nasa Lazada ‘yan.”
In 2018, when I first interviewed the CEO of Lazada Philippines Raymond Alimurung, the company was lording it over the ecommerce landscape in the country. Supported by Chinese tech giant Alibaba, Lazada commanded a whopping 91 percent market share of ecommerce in ...
 
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Philippines records second-highest increase in visits to ecommerce sites, just behind Singapore.
More Filipinos are visiting online ecommerce sites, but average spend is about the same, the results of a study conducted by meta-search website iPrice Group said.According to the Map of E-commerce Yearend 2020 report, online shopping sites in the Philippines experienced a ...
 
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Hiyasmin Neri’s startup is the country’s first and leading full-production livestreaming company.
Hiyasmin Neri-Soyao is perhaps best known to Filipino audiences as one of the hosts of TV channel O Shopping. Now she wears a different hat as CEO of ecommerce livestreaming company Shoppertainment Live Inc. As a member of Batch 15 of ABS-CBN’s Star ...
 
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Heads up online shopping addicts. 
The online shopping platform of low-cost airline Airasia went live in the Philippines on Thursday, January 14. Airasia Shop PH features a wide range of “quality authentic products” across a broad spectrum of categories, including Beauty, Fashion, Electronics & Gadgets, Health & ...
 
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Digital-first companies UnionBank and Lazada team up to make online shopping worthwhile.  
The Worst Year Ever has forced people to do things differently. We wear masks. We don’t wear shoes. We work via screens. We are more distrustful of strangers who may be potential carriers of a deadly virus. We are also doing most ...
 
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Filipinos are also keen on bicycles these days.
We can only imagine how much internet bandwith the world is eating up these days because of the coronavirus. In the Philippines, the enhanced community quarantine has been extended until April 30, which means a few more weeks that people are required ...
 
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Filipinos spend an average of about P1,000 during online sales.
The competition among ecommerce platforms is more cutthroat than ever, particularly in the region. According to a study by Accenture cited in the latest Map of Ecommerce Report by Malaysia-based meta-search aggregator and comparison website iPrice, Southeast Asia’s share of digital commerce will ...
 
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Apple users spent more than other users.
Almost everything you need is now just one click away thanks to the booming e-commerce ecosystem in the country.Instead of going to the mall to buy clothes or gadgets, e-commerce has paved the way for a less tiring shopping experience with the ...
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