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Lazada - information about online store

Lazada Group is a worldwide e-commerce company founded by Maximilian Bittner with the backing of Rocket Internet in 2012 and owned by Alibaba Group. In 2014, Lazada Group operated websites in multiple nations and had actually raised approximately US$ 647 million over numerous investment rounds from its financiers such as Tesco, Temasek Holdings, Top Partners, JPMorgan Chase, Investment AB Kinnevik and Rocket Web.

Its sites launched in March 2012, with a company model of offering inventory to consumers from its own warehouses. In 2013 it included a marketplace model that permitted third-party merchants to sell their products through Lazada's website; the market represented 65% of its sales by the end of 2014.

In April 2016, Alibaba Group bought a managing stake in Lazada to support Alibaba's international growth strategies.

In August 2018, Lazada is the largest e-commerce operator in Southeast Asia based upon average month-to-month web gos to.
In September 2019, Lazada claimed it was the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia with more than 50 million active purchasers every year.

Lazada Group was established in 2012 by Maximilian Bittner with the backing of Rocket Internet with the objective of establishing the Amazon.com business model in Southeast Asia to take advantage of the nascent online consumer market and Amazon's weak existence there; Rocket is a German incubator that constructs business that copy the company designs of successful United States tech companies in emerging markets. It also included 2-day ensured shipment service, attending to one of the most common grievances about Lazada's service, and one of its biggest obstacles, which it had actually tried to deal with by making a "enormous, incalculable investment" in storage facilities and delivery services.

In June 2013, Lazada announced it had actually raised an extra $100 million, and it released mobile applications for Android and iOS devices. In December 2013, it raised an extra $250 million from Tesco PLC, Access Industries, and other existing financiers.

In May 2014, Lazada launched in Singapore.

In November 2014, Temasek Holdings in Singapore led a financing round of $250 million, bringing the overall Lazada had actually raised to approximately $647 million. That month, Lazada revealed that its marketplace platform accounted for more than 65% of its overall sales [ and that the number of third-party sellers on the platform had increased from ~ 500 in November 2013, to near to 10,000 in December 2014. The number of staff members across the region reached around 4,000.

For 2014, Lazada's net operating losses were $152.5 million on net revenues of $154.3 million. Its portion of losses relative to its Gross Merchandise Volume - the worth of all the products offered through the website - was smaller in 2014 than in 2013 due to development in its GMV from $95 million in 2013 to $384 million in 2014, driven by market sales.

In 2015, Lazada's obstacles for growth were the preference for traditional shopping among customers, with just about 1% of individuals purchasing online compared to 10% of International consumers; the lack of charge card and the concomitant requirement to set up cash on shipment systems, dependable delivery specifically in rural regions, and the danger of competitors from Amazon and Alibaba.

In March 2016, Lazada claimed it tape-recorded a total of $1.36 billion in annual GMV across its 6 markets in Southeast Asia, making it the biggest e-commerce gamer.

In April 2016, Alibaba Group announced that it planned to acquire a controlling interest in Lazada by paying $500 million for new shares and purchasing $500M worth of shares from existing financiers. The British supermarket company Tesco confirmed the sale of 8.6% of its holding in Lazada to Alibaba for $129 million. Alibaba offered the following factors for its investment: the market in South-East Asia has growing middle-class income populations, approximated at that time to be around 190 million individuals in the area with a non reusable income of $16-$100 a day, and this was anticipated to grow to 400 million individuals in 2020.

In June 2017, Alibaba Group increased its investment in p by an additional $1 billion, raising its stake from 51% to 83%. Alibaba invested another $2 billion into Lazada in March 2018 and changed Lazada's CEO with Alibaba executive Lucy Peng.

In December 2018, Peng was changed by Pierre Poignant as CEO of Lazada, with Peng playing executive chairwoman.