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Back in July, Tech in Asia invited Stephen Jagger, founder of Manila-based PayrollHero, and Anthony Tan, founder of Kuala Lumpur-based Gr...
Here's everything you missed at today's Startup Asia Tokyo 2014 day 2 afternoon sessions.
The Taipei-based restaurant reservation startup pitched in front of a panel of investors at Tech in Asia's Startup Asia Tokyo 2014
Even established messaging apps like Viber have been using content from PicoCandy.
Appota debuts its new onClan app at Startup Asia’s Startup Arena competition. The app is a social mobile gaming platform that allows users...
Our recap of the best bits from the morning of our second day at Startup Asia Tokyo 2014.
Taizo Son: “We are at the start of a new paradigm shift in technology, to the Internet of Things” (#StartupAsia)
Son believes that the Internet of Things is the next big revolution following the smartphone.
They each brought their respective expansion stories and experiences to the table.
You will never see Kevin Hale wax poetic about Asia's smartphone penetration or its cheap labor. The YC partner believes in smart people fir...
Moneytree wants to help ‘appwardly mobile consumers’ wrangle their personal finances (#StartupAsia Arena)
Moneytree is already pre-installed on all of the iPhones in Apple Japan's retail stores - but will the Arena judges want to install it on th...
Capy replaces Captcha gibberish with puzzles that any human can solve – but computers can’t (#StartupAsia Arena)
Capy took the stage at Startup Arena Tokyo to pitch its safer, easier version of Captcha.
With simultaneous A/B testing, Kaizen crowdsources solutions to optimizing conversion rates.
Social wealth management startup 8 Securities builds trust in Japan, sets eyes on China (#StartupAsia Arena)
8 Securities took the stage at Startup Asia Tokyo 2014 to pitch in the Startup Arena competition.
Gree not saying sayonara to games, looks for the ‘next big trend’ with diverse investments (#StartupAsia)
It might seem random to most, but naturally Tanaka has his reasons.
Here’s a recap of the first half of the first day of Tech in Asia’s inaugural event in Japan.