Japanese tech-oriented real estate start-up JibunHouse has expanded its offline presence to 100 customer support centers nationwide; within less than three years of its launch.
Chinese classifieds giant 58.com (NYSE: WUBA) will invest one billion RMB on marketing its b-to-c used auto business over the coming three years, according to remarks made by vice president Cong Lin 丛林.
Didi Chuxing-backed used auto transaction platform RenRenChe has reportedly been cutting staff over the past few months. The cuts haven't only affected recently shuttered regional offices, but also the Beijing office, which has seen its headcount fall from 400 in September to just more than 200 today, a former employee disclosed to Sina.com.
Dubizzle.com, the Dubai-based horizontal, has been fully acquired by the OLX Group, a subsidiary of South Africa-based investor Naspers.
ICar Asia Limited, (ASX: ICQ) owner of the largest network of automotive portals in Southeast Asia, has published its Appendix 4C for the final quarter of 2018. The results show that the company has been instrumental in developing the market for automotive classifieds in the region.
VeganJobs.online, due to launch on January 21st, will be the first U.K. job board dedicated to advertising vegan jobs and connecting vegan candidates with employers. The niche site is backed by a vegan-focused human resources consultancy.
Carousell has partnered with AXA to offer insurance in its app. The insurer's Insurance-as-a-Service platform has been integrated into the app, allowing users to access customized plans on the go.
Rental parking app Akippa has started a system collaboration with real estate management companies to automatically aggregate listings on its platform.
Zhongsheng Group (HKG: 0881), one of China's largest auto dealership companies, has severed ties with AutoHome (NYSE: ATHM) over a hike in membership prices. AutoHome stock fell from $82 U.S. per share at the close of trading on Thursday to $72 U.S. per share on Friday morning as the news became public.
Experienced entrepreneur Heidi Golledge is trying her hand at a new startup recruiting platform called Jobot, which combines experienced recruitment professionals and intelligent technology to improve hiring outcomes.