Valentine’s Day. You either love it or hate it.
E-commerce is a fairly new industry. It arrived in Southeast Asia sometime around the ’90s, and only became what it is today, a rapidly accelerating economy, in the last decade. Thus, we may wonder if working in this young sector is any different than older, more developed industries?
It’s November and many people are still wary of going out; it’s high time they look forward to something good this year. Luckily, 11.11 is just around the corner and shoppers don’t even need to risk their lives during this online sale event.
Over the year, TikTok has continued to influence many people and even businesses. With the coronavirus coercing people to stay home, many scramble to find new ways of entertainment and interaction online. Hence, it’s not surprising at all that Chinese video-sharing social network, TikTok, garnered an immense number of downloads around the globe this year.
With the US’ online sales skyrocketing due to the pandemic, it comes as no surprise that the Philippines’ e-Commerce industry is experiencing major changes in the past half-year as well.
Investing in items that replace plastic waste and disposables may seem like such a commitment, but it could cost the world a whole lot less (while reducing waste) if you do the math.
Last week, after much anticipation, Sony finally unveiled the price and release date for its next-gen console - the PlayStation 5.
MANILA, PHILIPPINES, September 18, 2020 - Southeast Asia’s leading e-commerce aggregator, iPrice Group, raises an additional undisclosed amount from JG Digital Equity Ventures, Inc. (JGDEV) to its series B investment amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Through its group of companies, JGDEV provides iPrice with a wide range of opportunities to be Southeast Asia’s best shopping companion and e-Commerce enabler.
Recently, we commemorated the Philippines’ National Heroes Day as we do every year. This year, however, calls for a great appreciation for our modern-day heroes, the country’s frontliners, as they risk their lives to aid others during the pandemic. And to think, they are not even being compensated as much as the others.