With more than 50 deals site across Asia Pacific working with them, All Deals Asia hopes that their app, which was launched last week for the iPhone, would be the preferred choice among daily deals fans.
I’m told by the company that it is the first deals aggregator app in Asia. Users can browse and compare deals on the app, instead of having to visit multiple sites. “We believe this will help customers save both time and money when searching for the best discounts,” said Goh Yiping, founder of Singapore-based All Deals Asia.
In a hyper-competitive, crowded group buying industry in Singapore and Asia, creating a mobile app is one sure way to stand out from the crowd.
AllDealsAsia, a Singapore-based group buying deals aggregator with a presence in Southeast Asia, has done just that (screenshots below). Read more
After Thai daily deals site Dealicious.co received an investment from Sparx Ventures, I said that I won’t be surprised if a similar deal happens before the year ends. That was last week.
Now, Singapore-based AllDealsAsia.com pulled a stunner by announcing that Iconic Ventures has invested an undisclosed sum in the company. Iconic Ventures is an investment holding company and angel investor that funds promising startups in Singapore and the region. They focus mostly on technology and Internet businesses. Read more
So you think the daily deals phenomena is way overhyped and unsustainable. Then be prepared to get mad at this: NTUC Link announced on Thursday that it has acquired BigDeal.sg for an undisclosed sum, which makes it the second Singapore daily deals site to be bought over. Read more
We’ve previously covered how AllDealsAsia launched an “unbiased, randomized casual voting platform” for the elections. Another Singapore upstart, Storepair has done a hot-or-not for election candidates. Here’s a roundup of companies that did some stuff for the elections. Read more
It’s 3 more days to Polling Day for the Singapore General Elections 2011. While the various parties, candidates, rallies and constituencies being fought over are on everyone’s lips, Facebook and Twitter accounts, daily deal site, AllDealsAsia has “an unbiased, randomized casual voting platform” for people to “predict who will win this Singapore Elections 2011″. Read more
Following the boiling hot Groupon Clones scene in Singapore, Southeast Asia deal aggregator, All Deals Asia, started collecting data since August 2010. They are now tracking 15 daily deal sites in Singapore.
This Part 2 article is the concluding piece to the previous part about the performance of daily deal companies in Singapore.
Below, you can find an updated Performance Chart and a ranking review of the various companies. Read more
Daily Deal websites, or more infamously known as ‘Groupon Clones’ have taken the world by storm since December 2009. The world has rode on the ripple effects of Groupon’s runaway success and the deal-a-day scene has since mushroomed all over the world either via Groupon’s own brand name or more often by clones touched up with local flavour and understanding of its own market.
We hear that in China there are 1000s of clones and counting, so how about our very own South-East Asia bloc? Read more
If manually checking every daily deal site in your region sounds like a tedious task, then AllDealsAsia might be your new homeground. With all the Groupon clones in Singapore and possibly more upcoming here and in the region, having someone manually enter the domain names of each of those sites might be a turnoff (unless of course one saves all the sites under one bookmark). If that is a problem you face, an aggregator like AllDealsAsia will allow you to easily view latest deals featured by each site on one page. Read more