For Singapore, e-commerce is a no-brainer. With its stable economy, high-speed internet connection, and smartphone penetration, the country can handle any trends and improvements the e-commerce industry may require. Startups in the country have moved online to benefit from the potentials. Let us take a look at the most popular ecommerce websites Singapore:
Lazada provides a wide range of items that include electronics, fashion, home appliances, and others. People can even buy spirits and wines from the platform. Aside from Singapore, Lazada also operates in Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand.
The platform has been working hard to be the number one way to get people’s groceries online. It is going against supermarket chains that are also getting more serious about the game. Redmart has also entered Hong Kong and Indonesia.
Luxola is a cosmetics and beauty products website. It acquired Sephora in July 2015. It is available in several markets across the Asia Pacific.
Honestbee is the competitor of Redmart for the online grocery delivery market in Southeast Asia. It partners with big supermarket chains in Singapore and uses an Uber-like model of shoppers who get a user’s orders, buy the goods, and deliver them at home.