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2021/03/10 - interviewed Sega Cheng, Co-founder & CEO at iKala, on how he built the culture of the company, and how iKala empowers businesses with AI. iKala consists of two main business pillars—iKala Cloud and iKala Commerce, both of which are highly relevant to business sustainability in and post COVID-19.

2021/01/12 - Forbes Thailand

Shoplus เผยปัจจัยการสร้างยอดขายออนไลน์ให้เติบโต ด้วยประสบการณ์การช็อปปิ้งแบบตรงใจผู้บริโภค (Personalised) การไลฟ์สดขายสินค้าที่เน้นความสนุกสนาน และเทคโนโลยีเสมือนจริง หรือ AR จะเป็นปัจจัยสำคัญในการขับเคลื่อนให้การไลฟ์สดขายสินค้าในประเทศไทยเติบโตขึ้นในปี 2564

2020/11/24 - Taiwan Business TOPICS

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and the rise of e-commerce, brick-and-mortar retailers may soon see a rebound as AI and smart retail solutions allow them to integrate online and offline capabilities. iKala's Shoplus provides innovative AI solutions for retailers to communicate with customers, process orders and payments, and manage products.

2020/11/06 - Entrepreneur Asia Pacific

In these tough times of COVID-19, Sega Cheng, CEO and co-founder of iKala, is all set to expand the vision of supporting startups which merely relied on physical work mechanism. With his core idea to incorporate the essence of artificial intelligence, Cheng talked how the organization is making difference in the southeast Asian market and across the world.

2020/10/07 - The Business TImes

The use of livestreaming to sell products has ballooned in Southeast Asia this year. Moreover, the social commerce GMV in January to June was up by 306 percent year on year, while order volume grew 115 percent across Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines and Singapore, the industry data from iKala showed.

2020/08/19 - Meetup

iKala, a Taiwan-based startup that develops AI to help clients make marketing decisions, plans to launch in Indonesia and Malaysia after raising a $17 Series B. The round is led by Wistron Digital Technology Holding Company, an investment arm of Wistron, with participation from existing investors Hotung and Pacific Venture Partners.