“We will still retain our competitive edge, due to our expansive merchants’ networks and strong service infrastructure Mr HyunWook Cho, Qoo10 Singapore country manager, adding that e-commerce companies will be forced to step up their game and improve their offerings. Read more here.
Shoppers at the Qoo10 Singapore online marketplace can now purchase insurance protection to cover against defective or malfunctioned electronic goods worth at least S$100, with a new partnership between Qoo10 and local insurer NTUC Income. Read more here.
Qoo10 has a target of reaching US$1.2 billion in gross merchandise value this year, and US$2 billion next year. It takes a cut of 9 per cent from the selling price of each item, and hopes to eventually raise this to 10 per cent. Read … Continue readingQoo10 faces down the competition
In a joint programme launched yesterday by Giosis (Qoo10 Singapore) and NYP’s Singapore Institute of Retail Studies (Sirs), small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can improve their e-commerce literacy and skills through a series of training workshops. Read more here.