[9.24-9.26] Ecommerce News

Here are some of the ecommerce headlines you should know from this weekend

1. Singapore’s ‘sustainable ecommerce’ startup Refash raises seed funding

 Singapore-based Refash is a place for people to “recycle” unwanted clothes  has raised a $294,000 seed round. The funding round was led by Singapore’s Tri5 Ventures and joined by Malaysia-based Tinkbig Ventures and an angel investor who was not named. Read the rest of the story here.

2. Amazon and Flipkart are going head-to-head in India’s biggest sale period

Amazon, Flipkart, and Snapdeal are now standing on the brink of what analysts think could be a defining point for the country’s online shopping industry, as discounts go down and sales flatten.  The pressure is piling on Flipkart, which has to defend its turf as market leader. Read the rest of the story here.

3. Hello Health enters Malaysia, launches HelloDoktor.com

The website, the company says, is tailored for Malaysians and will help to educate them on health issues and find answers to all their health dilemmas. Read the rest of the story here.

4. DTAC calls for spectrum roadmap

The roadmap would allow operators to efficiently plan their investments in line with technological development and demand for high-speed mobile broadband internet. Read the rest of the story here.

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