A new Chinese startup is looking to make an impact around the world with its smart home security system that uses image recognition technolo...
Posts Categorized: Startups
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.
Jakarta-based SaaS human resources platform Talenta announced today it raised funding of an undisclosed amount from East Ventures with parti...
The app allows you to take a short video of four seconds in length, upload it to the app and play it back - but it's all looped in reverse!
There are many reasons for startups failing, but the 10 that came up most often provide useful signposts for everyone involved with the star...
Not based on fear or negativity, but rather looking at the upside.
Today Malaysia-based iMoney announced it has raised MYR 13 million (US$4 million) in a new funding round.
This latest funding round for the Japanese startup comes on the heels of an $8 million input in April.
Tiger Global pumps $30 million more into CommonFloor. ‘Challenge will be to maintain culture,’ says CEO
"The helpful, community nature is our core value and it is something we will have to keep our eyes on while we scale. We cannot spread too t...
Sugar was unfairly maligned for its "discriminatory" job ad, says intern.
The startup aims to own the whole supply chain. Investors include US rapper Nas.
Fourteen of Japan's most ambitious startups battled it out on stage for a chance to attend the finals in San Francisco.
Techies in Jakarta often don’t know what to make of eFishery. The Bandung-based startup for commercial aqualife has a concept that is unco...
Alibaba is going to expand. But these VCs believe that startups in Southeast Asia don’t need to worry.
Alibaba is flush with cash and ready to expand. But that might not be a bad thing.
Note-syncing app Evernote now has more than 30 million users in Asia, reveals the US startup’s CEO, Phil Libin.
Medtech startups in Singapore can look at this co-funding scheme for support. Two new accelerators have joined the program.
10-second video app Miaopai has secured US$50 million in series C funding.
“We believe that one of the most critical challenges in the recruitment process today is the ability to match the right candidates to the ...