It’s International Beer Day and countries in Asia seem to be thirsty for a beer this year - well, at least on Google. With numerous government-implemented social distancing measures in place, people flock online to buy their wants and essentials. Unsurprisingly, many of them search for beer online, especially those in countries with stricter or longer lockdowns.
We’ve all heard heartbreaking news after heartbreaking news because of this pandemic, and one of which will be (literally) cramping our style: our favorite retail brands are closing their physical stores one by one. Numerous news sites report on this retail apocalypse as people hide inside their homes to avoid catching the coronavirus. Does this, however, mean that consumers in Southeast Asia are less interested in shopping fashion? And what of the luxury brands?
KUALA LUMPUR, 15 June 2020 - iPrice Group, South East Asia's leading product discovery and comparison platform, has appointed Paul Brown-Kenyon as its new Chief Executive Officer.
Although the recent study has reported that COVID-19 impacted the global smartphone market, however, smartphone brands like Apple, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo, Huawei, and Honor recently unveiled their latest smartphones to tap the hidden potential of the current market.
As a wave of ripple effects from the coronavirus pandemic plummet the global economy in every sector, many companies have been faced with a staggering number of layoffs and furloughs to conserve business operations.
The Korean electronics giant officially unveiled its latest smartphone Samsung Galaxy S20 worldwide, which will be announced to be available in Singapore on March 6. But the unprecedented wave of excitement amongst users could turn to hold on to their wallets for at least 6 months as our historical data shows that the price will experience 27% drop after 6 months and 34% after 12 months.
Singaporeans are highly concerned due to the increasing reported COVID-19 cases. The recent announcement of the city-state raised its risk assessment level to DORSCON Orange has caused the shortage of items such as face mask, hand sanitiser, antiseptic, and toilet paper.
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