TOP OF THE CHARTS: Indonesia is the largest market, but the Philippines is the fastest-growing.
Clients have had to rely on multiple providers in the past for a complete picture of their online sales performance.
Landing on 1 January, a new law may upend e-commerce in China as we know it. Here's what you need to know about how it could affect big and small brands, platforms and consumers.
Following similar acquisitions by Oracle, SAP, and Salesforce, the purchase allows Adobe to close the loop across the ecommerce industry profit pool.
McCann Mumbai's 'Sweet Change' campaign for Paytm triumphs in the Creative Ecommerce category, winning a Gold and Silver Lion.
BRAND HEALTH CHECK: Ikea may still sell the bulk of its flat-pack furniture through its stores, but changing times calls for it to be serious in ecommerce.
Ahead of Singles Day, many multinational brands find themselves still trying to keep up with the omnichannel footprints of Alibaba and JD.
Brands have to weigh the benefits and synergies of the major ecommerce platforms, said Tom Birtwhistle, PwC Hong Kong digital consulting director.
B2B marketers know the importance of fully fleshed-out e-commerce capabilities, but they still need to invest to get there, according to new research by eConsultancy in partnership with Magento.
A small number of Chinese brands, such as Anker, are cracking the global ecommerce marketplace. What will it take for more to follow in their footsteps?
A future where machines make purchasing decisions on behalf of consumers is increasingly possible, according to a trend report by WPP's ecommerce specialist agency Salmon.
A study from OMD China points to the growing importance of ecommerce sites in search advertising.
Pay with Google eases the purchase process for users of Android devices.
From blockchain to same-day delivery to GDPR, here are seven factors that could make or break ecommerce sales for brands in Southeast Asia, where Amazon and Alibaba are battling it out
La Perla APAC CEO Chiara Scaglia is working out how the brand maintains its luxury appeal in the ecommerce age.
Supermarket giant also discussed selling of a stake in Carrefour China to Tencent, and fresh-food retailer Yonghui (which is partly owned by Tencent).
"Think of us as the Amazon of Hong Kong, but remove all the low-end products," says the CEO of Habbitzz, a new business launching March 6.
Ecommerce seems is shaping up to be a defining facet of luxury brands’ strategies in China in 2018, but each is handling the task very differently.
Enthusiasm has sagged in the face of "too many" e-commerce sales events, according to Nielsen China, except for one.
The company joins a small group of luxury names offering online shopping, which such brands have handled with extreme caution thus far.