AIA Vietnam CEO joins Tiki’s Board of Directors

AIA Vietnam CEO joins Tiki’s Board of Directors

Tiki Global Pte. Ltd. has just appointed Wayne Besant – CEO of AIA Vietnam Life Insurance Co., Ltd. – to its Board of Directors.
More unicorns emerge as mega deals pave way for startups

More unicorns emerge as mega deals pave way for startups

Total funding into Vietnamese startups over the past year is likely to have reached a new high with more startups crossing over into a unicorn status.
Online payments via e-wallets on the rise

Online payments via e-wallets on the rise

Gaining momentum through four social distancing periods, e-wallet payments, along with e-commerce continue to thrive in the new normal.
Tiki bags $258 million funding round as it seek offshore listing in US

Tiki bags $258 million funding round as it seek offshore listing in US

Tiki raised $258 million in a Series E funding round led by AIA Insurance in anticipation of its initial public offering in the US.
Lack of novelty may hinder IPO ambitions

Lack of novelty may hinder IPO ambitions

Vietnamese e-commerce holding company Society Pass has announced its intention to raise millions of US dollars from an initial public offering in the United States – but it remains unclear how a company with little success can achieve this goal ahead of e-commerce’s big hitters.
Northstar Group to prepare for SPAC listing in Singapore

Northstar Group to prepare for SPAC listing in Singapore

Private equity firm Northstar Group, which boasts a diversified portfolio in Southeast Asia, including Vietnam, is allegedly preparing for its special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) listing on the Singapore Exchange (SGX).
IPO frenzy intensifies

IPO frenzy intensifies

Some major tech-affine Vietnamese corporations are jumping on the bandwagon for overseas initial public offerings, particularly in the United States.
Taiwan Mobile joins Tiki's Series E funding with $20 million

Taiwan Mobile joins Tiki's Series E funding with $20 million

Taiwan Mobile, the second-largest mobile operator in Taiwan, has invested $20 million in Tiki's Series E funding round, entering the Vietnamese market.
Tiki and AIA announce Vietnam’s first comprehensive digital and insurance platform

Tiki and AIA announce Vietnam’s first comprehensive digital and insurance platform

Tiki and AIA Vietnam have announced Vietnam’s first comprehensive partnership between a digital platform and a life insurer.
Shopee, Tiki, and Lazada to pay tax for their online sellers

Shopee, Tiki, and Lazada to pay tax for their online sellers

E-commerce operators like Shopee, Tiki, and Lazada will need to fulfil tax obligation for their online sellers according to Circular No.40/2021/TT-BTC guiding VAT, PIT, and tax management for business households and individuals.
Accountability sought in e-commerce

Accountability sought in e-commerce

Unless they enhance their responsibilities in controlling trading activities in order to improve competitiveness, e-commerce platforms may face troubles caused by new legal provisions and sanctions. 
E-commerce realm requires roadmap

E-commerce realm requires roadmap

The growing demand for imported products in Vietnam and other markets will fuel runaway growth for cross-border e-commerce. However, the speed of expansion could also impose a burden on the government as it looks to efficiently supervise the fresh business model.
Tiki – an empire built on trust and commitment to Vietnam (E-Magazine)

Tiki – an empire built on trust and commitment to Vietnam (E-Magazine)

Founded in 2010, the technology startup Tiki is looking back on a journey of wild ups and downs in the Vietnamese market.
Promotions on December 12 enhance e-commerce operators' losses

Promotions on December 12 enhance e-commerce operators' losses

A string of goods going on sale at unrealistically low prices on e-commerce sites have served only to highlight enhanced the losses the platforms are running.
Precise policy desired for e-commerce boom

Precise policy desired for e-commerce boom

With plenty of local consumers often cursed by scams or shoddy goods ordered through cross-border online shopping sites, it is hoped that stringent research into a decree amendment from the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) will help to protect them.
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