Flipkart-Myntra comes first, Jabong second, and Amazon third in India’s ecommerce race

Here’s the answer to India’s who-is-first ecommerce debate: the Flipkart-Myntra combo leads the race with 26 million unique visitors in July 2014. Jabong, with 23.5 million unique visitors, is a surprisingly close second, and Amazon is third with 16.9 million unique visitors, according to a study  by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) and ComScore. These numbers do not include visitors accessing the sites using mobile internet and mobile apps.

http://www.techinasia.com/indian-ecommerce-flipkart-myntra-jabong-amazon/

Ahead of Flipkart and Myntra merger, India’s Snapdeal rakes in $100 million from 5 new investors

With Indian ecommerce leader Flipkart and the country’s number one online apparel shop Myntra on the verge of announcing their merger, the former’s biggest rival is upping the ante. EBay-backed Snapdeal yesterday revealed another US$100 million funding round from five new investors: Premji Invest, Temasek, BlackRock Inc, Myriad, and Tybourne, according to NextBigWhat.

http://www.techinasia.com/flipkart-myntra-merger-indias-snapdeal-rakes-100-million-5-investors/

Two of India’s biggest ecommerce giants, Flipkart and Myntra, complete merger: report

After months of rumors, the merger between two of India’s biggest ecommerce companies, Flipkart and Myntra, has been completed, according to NextBigWhat. Neither company has confirmed this officially. The two will keep operating as separate entities. Flipkart is the biggest general online marketplace in India, while Myntra is the biggest apparel-focused estore. Myntra raised US$50 million from its latest funding round back in February. Techcrunch reported last month the deal values Myntra at US$330 million, but the acquisition was delayed due to some regulatory bottlenecks.

http://www.techinasia.com/indias-biggest-ecommerce-giants-flipkart-myntra-complete-merger-report/