Big conferences provide a bunch of value: Seeing big names on stage, learning about the potential next, big thing, watching PR statements and comparing them with reality. You sometimes can even get some exercise by strolling booths at the adjunct exhibition! However, smaller conferences have their own value. You learn as much from the speakers as from your peers...
Adpay subsidiary Memoriams.com has tied in with a large funeral provider.
Jill Williams, formerly global spokesperson for the EBay Classifieds Group, joined Naspers New Ventures, the company's investment fund in San Francisco.
A survey indicates the market for used cars in India is nearly as large as the market for new ones.
Baillie Gifford pushes its stake in Seek Ltd., the Australia-based recruitment giant, to 6.1 percent, the investment firm said.
Koos Bekker, chairman of Naspers, is still unhappy with the treatment Naspers' Allegro sites are getting from Google in Poland.
Quikr, India’s leading online classifieds portal, on Thursday announced the merger of its real estate division, Quikr Homes, with another real estate listing company, CommonFloor.com. The combined entity will be the largest in the space. The companies did not disclose the terms of the deal.
Info Edge India Ltd, providers of online classifieds listing services for recruitment, matrimony, real estate and education sectors, has invested Rs.150 million in a Bangalore-based photography start up, Canvera Digital, according to the report filed by the company on Bombay Stock Exchange website.
We already reported this, now it’s official: Ringier Axel Springer’s Slovakian investment Azet.sk has founded a new subsidiary (United Classifieds s.r.o.) and is bundling it’s classifieds. Effective December 1, 2015, Azet.sk, a company of Ringier Axel Springer Slovakia, transferred all its classifieds business, including 100% of Autovia s.r.o. and a 42.1% stake in Narks Infoservis a.s., into the newly founded subsidiary. Subsequently, the new company acquired all outstanding shares...
Germany's ImmobilienScout24, a 100 percent subsidiary of listed Scout24 Group, has taken a 15 percent share in Dusseldorp based start-up Salz&Brot.