Covid-19 disruptions led small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) in Singapore to discover new opportunities in e-commerce.
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) pivoted to a digital shop front, and took to social selling and cross-border trade to grow their business Singapore.
Over 80% of surveyed SMBs embrace digital to grow cross-border selling HONG KONG, January 6, 2022 – The pandemic has brought significant challenges to Hong Kong businesses.
For many small businesses in India, the holiday season represents a very lucrative business opportunity. Online sales during the 2020 holiday season were historic.
For many merchants, the holiday season is a make-or-break opportunity. Online sales in November and December during the 2020 holiday season were historic.
Speaking at a recent webinar on cross-border selling during the holiday season co-organized by Singapore Business Review and PayPal.
Singapore’s flourishing digital eco-system presents its s a wide array of opportunities to invest in ecommerce for more lucrative gains.
Data is key in to enrich , retention, and loyalty. But no amount of data is completely effective unless it leads the customer to the shopping window to complete a purchase.
The pandemic radically reconstructed lives everywhere by making a digitally driven world the new normal.
How can SMBs in Hong Kong with limited resources cultivate customer loyalty with their newfound overseas customers from thousands of miles away?