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It plans to hire 1,000 engineers worldwide over the next three months, plus another 1,000 people for other positions.
Having a good local team is important when entering a new market, but putting one in place can be a long and complicated process.
It also claimed that it had around 689 million global monthly active users by July and surpassed two billion global downloads by August.
The food delivery war in Vietnam heats up, while TikTok is accused of copyright infringement.
CredoLab seeks to expand across Asia, Latin America, and Africa while focusing on Southeast Asia.
He will be taking over from Suresh Thiru, who has served in the role since 2016.
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The gamification of ecommerce is well underway.
One Championship is finding its way to profitability, not by tapping out but by looking at a new business model.
The entertainment giant has filed a lawsuit against the Chinese-owned company, seeking damages and demanding the removal of Zing’s music from the app.
The app will support food and grocery ordering, ecommerce features, financial services, and bill payments, among others.
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TikTok's assets for sale could be valued between US$25 billion and US$30 billion.
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New York-listed Sea has been unwaveringly quiet about its ownership of a food delivery business in Vietnam. Ecommerce and gaming have been Sea’s strong suits. What does food delivery has to do with Sea’s game plan for Southeast Asia?
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A Chinese insurtech firm bagged US$230 million in funding, counting Tencent among its investors.
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