Southeast Asia boasts the world’s third largest population, has an income per capita that exceeds the global average and a highly tech-savvy population with increased purchasing power. Couple this with the limited access to physical malls in the region consumers are turning to ecommerce sites to get their hands on those most sought after global products.
Today we introduce six leading ecommerce marketplaces that benefit from high traffic and loyal consumers bases; perfect platforms to reach new shoppers in Southeast Asia!
Launched in 2012, Lazada Group has grown rapidly to include approximately 4,000 employees across Southeast Asia. The Company has an online footprint of more than four million daily visits to its sites and mobile apps, and the largest Facebook following in Southeast Asia with over 12 million fans.
Lazada is pioneering ecommerce in the region by providing customers with an effortless shopping experience with multiple payment methods including cash-on-delivery, extensive customer care and free returns. The marketplace features a wide product offering in categories ranging from consumer electronics to household goods, toys, fashion and sports equipment.
Lazada offers brands and merchants a marketplace solution with simple and direct access to about 550 million consumers in six countries through one retail channel.
Part of the Global Fashion Group, the world’s leading online fashion destination for emerging markets, ZALORA is the fastest growing online fashion retailer in Asia!
With a good mix of over 500 international and local labels to choose from, ZALORA offers more than 30,000 products online, and hundreds of new product lines are being added to its catalogue every week.
ZALORA is now active in 11 countries and its localised sites ensure that fashion is tailored to meet the tastes and shopping needs across the different countries the marketplace is present.
MatahariMall.com is another leading marketplace in Southeast Asia, and one of the most popular online shopping sites in Indonesia.
Powered by the biggest multi-format retail company in Indonesia, Lippo Group, MatahariMall offers a large selection of product categories, ranging from fashion, home and electronics, health & beauty, groceries and entertainment.
Founded in 2010 and operated by Giosis Private Limited (the joint venture between eBay Inc and Gmarket Inc) Qoo10 offers a wide range of product categories, including apparel, electronics and home & garden items.
The site enjoys over 1 million registered users and facilitates around 30,000 transactions per day. Currently operating in seven localised marketplaces in six countries – Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, China and Japan – Qoo10 is planning to further expand its online activity into more Asian countries in the coming months.
Established back in 2008 and headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, 11street is a leading Malaysian ecommerce site, which was also launched in Indonesia as of 2014. Currently, 11street hosts around 400,000 sellers, serves more than 30 million customers and enjoys over $6bn worth of gross merchandise value.
11street offers a wide range of local and global products across eight categories, including fashion, electronics, health & beauty, kids & baby, groceries and more.
Launched in 2011 as an ecommerce platform for individual sellers, Youbeli is now one of most widely used B2B and B2C online marketplaces in Malaysia. The marketplace offers a large range of product categories, including fashion, beauty, games, gadgets, grocery, books and many others.
Driven by the spirit of providing excellence convenience to both retailers and customers, and guaranteeing safe and simple buying experience, Youbeli aims to become the most visited online shopping place in Malaysia.
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