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iPrice is a company that develops and provides an e-commerce platform. Its platform enables users to buy electronics, clothing, shoes, bags, watches, jeweler, kids and toys, sports and outdoors, and home and living products. The company also provides products in various categories, such as kitchen and dining, women’s ethnic wear, skin care, men’s sneakers, strollers and carriers, makeup, backpacks, women’s dresses, accessories, food supplements, hair care, smartphones, LED, etc.
TypePrivate
Founded2014
HQKuala Lumpur, MY
Websiteiprice.my

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Employees (est.) (Mar 2020)195(+2%)

iPrice Office Locations

iPrice has an office in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur, MY (HQ)
Mid Valley City, No. 1, Medan Syed Putra
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iPrice Financials and Metrics

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iPrice's latest funding round in March 2020 was reported to be $10 m. In total, iPrice has raised $19.8 m
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iPrice Operating Metrics

iPrice's Monthly Active Users was reported to be 20 m in Y, 2019.
Y, 2019Mar, 2020

Merchants

1.50 k

Monthly Active Users

20 m

Products

1.50 b

Transactions

5 m
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iPrice Online and Social Media Presence

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iPrice News and Updates

iPrice, a platform for comparison shopping in Southeast Asia, raises $10 million Series B

iPrice Group, which helps comparison shoppers in Southeast Asia by pulling together prices from different e-commerce platforms, has closed a $10 million Series B. Led by ACA Investments, the round also included participation from Daiwa PI Partners and returning investors Line Ventures, Mirae Asset-N…

Ecommerce aggregator iPrice secures $10m in series B funding

It wants to become Southeast Asia's top online shopping companion and ecommerce enabler.

Malaysia’s iPrice Group raises $10m Series B led by ACA Investments

Daiwa PI Partners, LINE Ventures and Mirae Asset-Naver Asia Growth Fund also joined the round. The post Malaysia’s iPrice Group raises $10m Series B led by ACA Investments appeared first on DealStreetAsia.

Korea’s Naver backs Southeast Asia-based e-commerce startup iPrice

iPrice, an e-commerce aggregation service in Southeast Asia, has landed a strategic investment from Naver, the Korean internet giant valued at over $21 billion, as part of a follow-on to the startup’s $4 million Series B from May. There’s actually a strong connection around that recent round. It was…

Southeast Asia’s ShopBack moves into personal finance with its first acquisition

Singapore-based e-commerce startup ShopBack came on the radar when it raised $25 million last November, and now the company is making its first acquisition. ShopBack said today it has picked up Seedly, a fellow Singaporean startup that offers a personal finance service, in an undisclosed deal. The e…

Southeast Asia e-commerce startup iPrice raises $4M led by chat app Line’s VC arm

iPrice, a service that aggregates Southeast Asia’s e-commerce websites in a single destination, has pulled in new funding led by messaging app Line’s VC arm, Line Ventures. The round is officially undisclosed, but TechCrunch understands from a source close to negotiations that it is worth around $4 …

iPrice Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was iPrice founded?

    iPrice was founded in 2014.

  • How many employees does iPrice have?

    iPrice has 195 employees.

  • Who are iPrice competitors?

    Competitors of iPrice include eBay, ZALORA and ASOS.

  • Where is iPrice headquarters?

    iPrice headquarters is located at Mid Valley City, No. 1, Medan Syed Putra, Kuala Lumpur.

  • Where are iPrice offices?

    iPrice has an office in Kuala Lumpur.

  • How many offices does iPrice have?

    iPrice has 1 office.