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  2. E-commerce in Southeast Asia - Wikipedia

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    E-commerce or electric commerce in Southeast Asia is the buying and selling of products and services over the internet in the countries of Southeast Asia. These practices reached Southeast Asia during the dot-com mania in the 1990s. After the dot-com bust, local e-companies have seen promising growth in this sector.

  3. Shopee - Wikipedia

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    In Malaysia, Shopee became the third most visited e-commerce portal in Q4 2017, overtaking Lelong, and replaced Lazada as the top app on iOS and Google Play app stores. [26] Among consumers in Indonesia , a survey conducted in December 2017 revealed that Shopee is the top shopping platform for Indonesian mothers (73%), ahead of Tokopedia (54% ...

  4. Lazada - Wikipedia

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    Lazada Singapore Pte. Ltd. Website. www .lazada .com. Lazada Group ( Chinese: 來贊達; t/a Lazada) is an international e-commerce company and one of the largest e-commerce operators in Southeast Asia, with over 10,000 third-party sellers as of November 2014, and 50 million annual active buyers as of September 2019.

  5. Ninja Van - Wikipedia

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    Ninja Van has sorting warehouses across Southeast Asia, in Singapore, Myanmar, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam. It works with e-commerce firms including Alibaba Group's Lazada, GoTo's Tokopedia for Indonesia, and Sea Group's Shopee. It uses vehicle routing problem algorithms to improve delivery routes. History

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  7. Free shipping - Wikipedia

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    Free shipping is a marketing tactic used primarily by online vendors and mail-order catalogs as a sales strategy to attract customers. [1] Online sales model [ edit ]

  8. Free Shipping Day - Wikipedia

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    In 2011, Free Shipping Day became a billion-dollar shopping holiday with $1.072 billion in sales, followed by $1.01 billion during Free Shipping Day 2012. In 2013, Knowles changed the format of Free Shipping Day to only include merchants that could waive all minimum order requirements and guarantee delivery by Christmas Eve.

  9. Online marketplace - Wikipedia

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    Online marketplace. An online marketplace (or online e-commerce marketplace) is a type of e-commerce website where product or service information is provided by multiple third parties. Online marketplaces are the primary type of multichannel ecommerce and can be a way to streamline the production process. In an online marketplace, consumer ...