Two global tech forces are putting their mark — and money — into Southeast Asia’s nascent startup ecosystem, but they may not be the Western names that you expect. Rather than Googl
Amazon has postponed its much-anticipated entry into Southeast Asia. The company initially planned to launch local e-commerce services in Singapore during the first quarter of this year, as we reporte
Last week, we reported that Lazada, the e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia backed by Alibaba, was in talks to acquire online grocer RedMart, and today the companies confirmed the deal.
Amazon is ready to enlarge its presence in Asia. One week after it quietly introduced its Prime service to China, plans for its entry into Southeast Asia next year have surfaced.
Lazada, under Alibaba's stewardship, is in advanced talks with Redmart, a Singapore-based grocery delivery service, to make a major investment or acquire the company outright, three sources with knowl
Singapore-based online grocery company RedMart is close to raising a massive $100 million Series C round to expand its service across Asia. Two sources with knowledge of the deal confirmed to TechCrun
RedMart, the online grocery company in Singapore that's raised over $50 million to date, officially stepped into a new area of business today after it launched an on-demand platform.
RedMart, an online grocery service in Singapore, has closed a $26.7 million round in preparation for an upcoming Series C which will be used to expand its service across Southeast Asia.
<a target="_blank" href="https://redmart.com/">RedMart</a>, an online grocery service based in Singapore, announced today that it has closed a $5.4 million bridge round led by Facebook co-founder Edua
Singaporean online grocery store, Redmart, just raised an undisclosed Series A round that is “in the millions”, according to co-founder and CEO Roger Egan. Together with this funding amoun