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Take a look at the state of the online shopping market in Asia Pacific, and the medium-term outlook for the sector. For more information on advice, the latest trends and inspiration to grow your business, visit http://fedexbusinessinsights.com
To help merchants navigate the rapidly evolving e-commerce industry and strategically plan for the future, MasterCard has released a white paper on the “Ten Industry-Wide Transformations Impacting E-Commerce in Asia Pacific and Implications for Growth” which was developed following conversations with various e-commerce players across Asia Pacific, and examines perspectives from industry leaders on the varied state of e-commerce in these markets. Sam Ahmed, Group Head of Marketing, Asia Pacific, MasterCard, tells us more. Check out our Digital Press Kit for more Innovation Forum content here: http://news.mstr.cd/1Ho0NA6
The Asia-Pacific Technology and Education Program (APTEP), centered in Hawaii with partnerships in Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Laos, Vietnam and Japan, supports the development of alternative energy technologies. With support from the Office of Naval Research (ONR), it takes a three-pronged approach, supporting cutting-edge energy research; educating students and teachers in energy-related fields; and supporting businesses trying to bring alternative energy products to the marketplace.
It has become increasingly popular due to the widespread use of the internet-based shopping and banking. https://www.bharatbook.com/information-technology-market-research-reports-878926/asia-pacific-e-commerce-payment.html
Sanjay Singh from Akamai shares with Hyperconnectivity why mobile and online commerce are the two key business opportunities, technology has enabled in Asia Pacific. Question: Sanjay, what are the key business opportunities technology has enabled in the last three years in Asia Pacific and Japan? "Roughly 70% of end users leverage the internet through mobile devices. The other area, which is dramatically transforming the landscape is the growth of commerce online." "We are seeing the dramatic shift from modern retail to online behavior, a mechanism that has 24/7 full access environment and a very different customer experience that you get from a brick and mortar perspective." "The other key highlight is in Asia Pacific [...] commerce is growing at a significantly higher pace. Industry...
Jack Ma, founder of China's Alibaba Group, said on Wednesday that he hopes E-commerce will benefit more and more small businesses in the world. He made the remarks when addressing the Asia-Pacific Economic (APEC) 2015 CEO Summit. Ma said he hopes the E-commerce, including the Alibaba platform, will "influence more people" and "help more small businesses in the world", especially in developing countries. "What I'm interested in is how we can use this technology to influence more people, to help more small businesses in the world. If China can do it, why the other countries cannot? We have helped 12 million businesses, small businesses in particular, use our platform to sell goods online, to communicate with customers online. So we believe this model can work in oother countries as well...
Watch this on-demand webinar and learn how NetSuite SuiteCommerce supports B2C and B2B retailers, manufacturers and wholesale distributors in Asia Pacific on a single platform, driving efficiency, growth and customer insight with seamless integration to your inventory, CRM, and financials. See key capabilities, including complete web design flexibility, guided search and navigation, responsive design, dynamic merchandising, and much more.
At the FT-KASIKORNBANK AEC+3 Business Forum in Bangkok on March 16, 2016, Rohan Mahadevan, Senior Vice President of PayPal's Asia Pacific arm, talks about the challenges of doing commerce in the ASEAN region and how organizations should tackle those challenges. For more comprehensive insights on investing in ASEAN countries, visit https://aecplusadvisory.askkbank.com
In 2015, Asia Pacific became the global leader in online and mobile commerce. This video outlines which companies and retailing formats thrive in Asian markets and discusses consumer trends driving this growth. Watch for complete insights.
Perhaps the two most significant business trends in the world today are the rise of the Chinese consumer and the rise of eCommerce. The China eCommerce market is now larger than the U.S. eCommerce market, fueled by rising affluence, online product availability, growing demand for Western products, and mobile commerce. This trend was brought into focus last year with the Alibaba IPO. It should be no surprise that leading U.S. brands such as Apple, Nike, and Levi's sell through Alibaba's platforms in China. Now smaller and new-to-market companies have the same opportunity. Frank Lavin discusses topics including: What lessons can we draw from this consumer revolution in China and how companies can use e-commerce to win in this fiercely competitive market? What are the tools and strateg...
APIIT - Sri Lanka is part of an international collaboration with links to a wide range of reputable universities in the UK and Australia. APIIT-Sri Lankas principal purpose is to produce internationally recognised computing and business professionals who will meet the demands of the industry and commerce. To achieve these objectives, APIIT-Sri Lanka provides excellent opportunities for classroom learning, independent and group studies and research.
The Asia Pacific market has transformed exponentially in recent years given the rise of e-commerce and digitisation more broadly. In this video, Citi's Munir Nanji outlines how e-commerce and digitisation have impacted markets in Asia and how Citi is well placed to help corporates take advantage of the new digital environment. View other Citi videos: http://www.youtube.com/citi Read our Blog: http://blog.citigroup.com Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/citi Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/citi Follow us on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/citi Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/citi Follow us on Google+: http://www.google.com/+citi
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eCommerce has powered ahead in the last 20 years! From an online pizza order in 1994 in California, to an industry that will generate an estimated US$500 billion in consumer sales in 2014. Shopping online has become an increasingly important way for consumers in Asia Pacific to shop for everything, from groceries to cars. Here’s a look at the stats demonstrating how eCommerce then and now, is fast becoming mainstream for both consumers and merchants around the world.
Visit: www.apmi.asia The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) is the largest international Chamber of Commerce and premier international business organisation. The Chamber's objectives are to promote the two-way flow of trade and investment, primarily between the United States.