Tag: Rocket Internet


Zameen.com adds 3-D walkthroughs to listings

Zameen.com adds 3-D walkthroughs to listings

Zameen.com, leading online property site in Pakistan, recently added a 3-D walkthrough feature to its mobile app to give the home seeker a better feel for the home, before he spends time and effort to visit it. The virtual reality (VR) technology used by Zameen, is unique in the country’s vertical and horizontal classifieds industry.


Chakri.com adds 5,000 resumes at a 2-day jobs fair

Chakri.com adds 5,000 resumes at a 2-day jobs fair

Chakri.com, an emerging job site in Bangladesh, is focused on building its resume database. At a two-day jobs fair late last month, it managed to get 5,000 students to submit their resumes right there and then. The jobs fair was hosted by a local institution.


Izloo relaunches to imitate OLX Pakistan

Izloo relaunches to imitate OLX Pakistan

Izloo.com.pk has been lurking inconspicuously somewhere in a corner of the Pakistani market for the past three years. Now it relaunched the website with listing packages, and feature and display ads to attract visitors.


Pakistan’s anti-trust unit takes aim at Kaymu.pk

Pakistan’s anti-trust unit takes aim at Kaymu.pk

The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP), the country's anti-trust watchdog, ordered Kaymu.pk, a large, local online marketplace, to explain why a case for "deceptive marketing" should not be opened against it.


Why IS24 moved from Movinga to Move24

Why IS24 moved from Movinga to Move24

Move24.de, the German platform for home relocation services, signed a strategic partnership with ImmobilienScout24 (IS24), Germany’s No. 1 real estate platform, to buy the largest share of leads generated by the moving-services section of IS24. Previously, Movinga received the largest share. Why this switch?


Southeast Asia’s Lazada opens to Chinese sellers

Southeast Asia’s Lazada opens to Chinese sellers

Lazada.com, a large ecommerce site in Southeast Asia, launched a dedicated platform on which Malaysian consumers can shop for leading Chinese brands. The so-called “Oriental Pavillion” will introduce brands like Semir, QCY, Bluedio and Puppyoo in partnership with Alibaba’s TMall, a big ecommerce site in China.


Germany’s proptech firms draw lots of investment

Germany’s proptech firms draw lots of investment

At the end of last year, the Axel Springer magazine Deutsche-startups.de counted 46 proptech start-ups in Germany. The commercial real estate news site Gewerbe-Quadrat counted around 80 of them (not including real estate marketplaces) in March this year. By November, that number has risen to 126.



Page 1 of 1112345...10...Last »