LittleLives has big ambitions. After winning the Singapore market, the kindergarten SaaS company ventures abroad.
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Startups are Tech in Asia’s bread and butter. As Asia’s startup ecosystems grow, we’ll be here to document both their successes and failures. From seed-stage bootstrappers to multimillion-dollar exits, every startup worth its salt deserves a chance to be heard.
ACE has privatized. It's also looking at expanding its reach internationally.
The startup aims to own the whole supply chain. Investors include US rapper Nas.
Medtech startups in Singapore can look at this co-funding scheme for support. Two new accelerators have joined the program.
If you’ve ever tried to ship a container overseas, you probably know how complicated and expensive it can be. If you work at an ecomme...
Using tiny satellites, Spire can do things that large, lone satellites can't achieve.
Singaporean startup Moomee wants to reinvent social gaming on mobile devices, but does the new company have what it takes to go against Line...
This startup appears to be the right ingredients in place for success. Only thing to wait for now is the actual product.
After spending 10 years to establish themselves in Malaysia, the time has come for Presto to challenge the region's big players.
Note-syncing app Evernote now has more than 30 million users in Asia, reveals the US startup’s CEO, Phil Libin.
“We believe that one of the most critical challenges in the recruitment process today is the ability to match the right candidates to the ...
VNG and Garena represent the two biggest tech companies out of Southeast Asia.
Niche jobs sites are popping up. LinkedIn targets white collar workers. Dribbble caters to designers. And StackOverflow for programmers. Now...
The deal sees Fatfish buy a 70 percent stake in AppXplore for a sum of MYR 700,000 (US$220,080).
Lookbooker helps consumers find nearby salons easily, while helping beauty services become more efficient and maximize their space.