In conjunction with its 6th birthday festival, taking place between April 25 - 27, Lazada rolled out a slew of innovations that aim to bring the best features of offline shopping, into the hands of customers.
Chief Executive Officer of Lazada Malaysia, Christophe Lejeune said, “Today, Lazada is the most downloaded shopping app in Malaysia with more than 7 million downloads. With smartphone penetration standing at 70% in the third quarter of 2017, most Malaysians are now opting to use their smartphones as their primary shopping tool. In order to continuously deliver a delightful shopping experience to our mobile customers, we are making online shopping even more personalised, social, and interactive.”
In line with the technological advancements taking place in Malaysia, the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) signed a tripartite pact with Daher and France’s IoT Valley.
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will contribute towards promoting more investment and business cooperation between France and Malaysia, particularly in the development of IoT and logistics in Malaysia’s aerospace industry.
The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) signed and exchanged a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Cosmetic Valley France (CVF) during a mission to Paris.
In a statement, MIDA said the MoU reflects the shared ambition between both entities to develop a sustainable cosmetics and personal care industry cluster in Malaysia through the sharing of information, mutual promotional initiatives and R&D efforts particularly in the Halal segment.