The second most populated country in Southeast Asia, the Philippines is a large and rapidly developing market for e-commerce. With a low income but a high growth, the Philippines has a digital population of more than 67 million people which attracts both local and regional companies who compete against a dominant player.
Convenience store market in Ho Chi Minh City [market analysis]
The booming activity of Vietnam creates new opportunities in several economic sectors, including retail. Like other big cities of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City sees chains of convenience stores rapidly expanding throughout its districts, providing new services for the population to buy products locally.
Insights and trends of e-commerce in Indonesia [market analysis]
Indonesia has the largest population in Southeast Asia, by far, and an e-commerce penetration that is still very low, making it one of the hottest e-commerce markets in the world. Attracting both global and local companies’ interests, Indonesia now has a fast-growing e-commerce scene poised to become a global powerhouse.
Insights on the fashion industry in Vietnam [market analysis]
Fueled by the growing middle class, the fashion and garment industries are booming in Vietnam. With fierce competition between local and foreign companies, both in traditional retail and e-commerce, here is some information to navigate the market and understand fashion buyers’ consumer behaviors.
Insights and trends of e-commerce in Malaysia [market analysis]
One of the most dynamic countries online in Southeast Asia, Malaysia is a very attractive market for e-commerce. A middle-income country with a digital population of more than 20 million people, Malaysia attracts appetites both from local and global companies interested in grabbing a share of its e-commerce market.
Infographic on travel trends in Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia has been a top international travel destination for years. But the growing income now also make the Southeast Asian market an important source of tourists within the region and beyond. Travel interest of Singaporeans, Malaysians and Indonesians are here highlighted by their online search.
Insights on candidates and hiring in Southeast Asia [report]
The Southeast Asian workforce is now primarily made up of a new generation. With different habits and aspirations from their parents the “Millenials” also bring a shift in the way they approach their careers and their job hunting practices. At a time of change in Southeast Asia, here are some insights on how to attract and hire them.
Internet and digital landscape in Indonesia
With a growing connectivity and a large population that is extremely active online, Indonesia is one of the world’s leading countries for the use of digital technologies. Through Internet, mobile, e-commerce or social media, digital in Indonesia is a very attractive market both for its size and growth potential.
3 infographics on tourism in Malaysia
Malaysia is one of the leading countries for tourism in Southeast Asia, with tens of millions of foreign visitors coming in the country every year. Through their spending, they bring billions of dollars into the economy and allow many businesses to prosper. These infographics illustrate some habits of international tourists.
4 infographics on tourism in Indonesia
A more and more famous destination for international tourism, Indonesia has a growing number of foreign tourists arrivals, both for leisure and business. With a long average stay and high daily spending, tourists are important for many businesses in the country. These infographics dive into the details of tourism in Indonesia.