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20 July 2019

The rise of the SME in emerging markets.

The Asian retail scene is no stranger to eyebrow-raising headlines.

In the last 12 months alone we’ve seen a store that can drive itself to your doorstep, Walmart buying a (highly disputed) 77% stake in Flipkart, Zara’s skirt slammed for looking like a Thai grandpa’s uniform… and, of course, USD 25 billion of online shopping just in one day.In the last 12 months alone we’ve seen a store that can drive itself to your doorstep, Walmart buying a (highly disputed) 77% stake in Flipkart, Zara’s skirt slammed for looking like a Thai grandpa’s uniform… and, of course, USD 25 billion of online shopping just in one day.vIn the last 12 months alone we’ve seen a store that can drive itself to your doorstep, Walmart buying a (highly disputed) 77% stake in Flipkart, Zara’s skirt slammed for looking like a Thai grandpa’s uniform… and, of course, USD 25 billion of online shopping just in one day.

In the last 12 months alone we’ve seen a store that can drive itself to your doorstep, Walmart buying a (highly disputed) 77% stake in Flipkart, Zara’s skirt slammed for looking like a Thai grandpa’s uniform… and, of course, USD 25 billion of online shopping just in one day.

In the last 12 months alone we’ve seen a store that can drive itself to your doorstep, Walmart buying a (highly disputed) 77% stake in Flipkart, Zara’s skirt slammed for looking like a Thai grandpa’s uniform… and, of course, USD 25 billion of online shopping just in one day.

In the last 12 months alone we’ve seen a store that can drive itself to your doorstep, Walmart buying a (highly disputed) 77% stake in Flipkart, Zara’s skirt slammed for looking like a Thai grandpa’s uniform… and, of course, USD 25 billion of online shopping just in one day.

20 July 2019

The rise of the SME in emerging markets.

The Asian retail scene is no stranger to eyebrow-raising headlines.

In the last 12 months alone we’ve seen a store that can drive itself to your doorstep, Walmart buying a (highly disputed) 77% stake in Flipkart, Zara’s skirt slammed for looking like a Thai grandpa’s uniform… and, of course, USD 25 billion of online shopping just in one day.In the last 12 months alone we’ve seen a store that can drive itself to your doorstep, Walmart buying a (highly disputed) 77% stake in Flipkart, Zara’s skirt slammed for looking like a Thai grandpa’s uniform… and, of course, USD 25 billion of online shopping just in one day.vIn the last 12 months alone we’ve seen a store that can drive itself to your doorstep, Walmart buying a (highly disputed) 77% stake in Flipkart, Zara’s skirt slammed for looking like a Thai grandpa’s uniform… and, of course, USD 25 billion of online shopping just in one day.

In the last 12 months alone we’ve seen a store that can drive itself to your doorstep, Walmart buying a (highly disputed) 77% stake in Flipkart, Zara’s skirt slammed for looking like a Thai grandpa’s uniform… and, of course, USD 25 billion of online shopping just in one day.

In the last 12 months alone we’ve seen a store that can drive itself to your doorstep, Walmart buying a (highly disputed) 77% stake in Flipkart, Zara’s skirt slammed for looking like a Thai grandpa’s uniform… and, of course, USD 25 billion of online shopping just in one day.

In the last 12 months alone we’ve seen a store that can drive itself to your doorstep, Walmart buying a (highly disputed) 77% stake in Flipkart, Zara’s skirt slammed for looking like a Thai grandpa’s uniform… and, of course, USD 25 billion of online shopping just in one day.