Facebook gives the majority of social traffic and sales to e-commerce companies, says a new study by ecommerce website solution, Shopify.
Vinculum has secured Series B funding from IvyCap Ventures and Accel India Ventures.
A new report suggests that Walmart, which put its plans for India on hold, is planning to enter the country’s $450 bn retail market by setting up an e-commerce marketplace.
Here is a curated list of all the important happenings from this week.
DIY e-commerce platform, Bigcommerce has partnered with Indian eRetail and marketing specialists, Iksula in a step towards expanding base in India.
Baggout is a social ecommerce platform that curates products based on friend recommendations, and gives users cashback on purchases.
Inspite of all the regulatory confusion over crypto currency in India, a group of Delhi based entrepreneurs have launched HighKart, an e-commerce portal that only accepts Bitcoin as payment.
A network of autonomous robot system called the Butler system, made by Gurgaon based Grey Orange Robotics (GOR) is making this happen, saving e-commerce companies precious hours and money.
Weekly Summary: E-commerce Going Offline In India; Aam Aadmi Party’s Online Crowdfunding Success & More
The new year is off to a kick ass beginning with a few startups announcing their fundraise and Bangalore based Little Eye Labs’ getting acquired by social networking giant Facebook. The acquisition could be one of the many to come this year.
Last week, we had a lot of interesting discussions happening on the forum. If you missed some of the action, here’s a summary.