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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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Brands like Nike, Prada, Dior, Burberry, and Uniqlo are all part of the initial launch.
Online shopping is all about ease. Both for brands, which can speak directly to customers without the cost of a storefront, and shoppers, who can shop without the hassle of physically doing anything. Easy! And Instagram wants to make that experience even ...
 
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CNBC reported that Alibaba set another record of more than $30.8 billion (Php1.6 trillion) in sales during this year’s 11-11 event.
Last month, local online shopping sites held a grand sale of their products to celebrate what has since been dubbed “Singles’ Day.” Held every November 11, it is an event that originated in China that was originally meant to celebrate the Chinese ...
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