Ayondo expands to Singapore, gets US$4 million to give TradeHero some competition in Asia.
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Join Rosaline Koo and Tech in Asia on 17 September at 7pm for a fireside chat where she will share about her colorful entrepreneurial experi...
Gear2Cam is an Android app that connects your Android smartphone and Samsung Gear 2 smartwatch to compose and snap the perfect selfie.
Out of the eight companies listed, six are from Malaysia, while the other two hail from Singapore.
By making it a lot easier for people to choose home-cooked food over take-outs and fast food delivery, the team hopes to help Singaporeans e...
Luke Roush, a Jakarta-based managing principal of Sovereign’s Capital, refers to himself as the new kid on the block in Indonesia. Much li...
Kwerkee Art hopes to fuse an online art gallery selling original pieces with big data analysis to help you decide the value of an artwork.
While Accreditation@IDA is a Singapore government scheme that purports to help startups, it's not well-designed.
Grain is the Uber for food. While starting as a premium service, it eventually wants to bring healthy food to the masses.
Their arrival in Asia continues to be fraught with resistance from all quarters - governments, taxi companies, and even banks.
“Coin Supermart is the best company coming out of Singapore, and [that’s why] we picked them,” says Adam Draper, CEO of Boost VC.
Easy Taxi isn't just content with tackling the consumer space. It's taking the fight to Comfort by getting corporate customers too.
One week after migme debuted as a publicly traded stock in Australia, the company announces partnership with big handset manufacturers in In...
Predictry, Linkcious, and TargetingMantra. What these startups have in common is that they're offering personalization-as-a-service to ecomm...
BitX wants to push Bitcoin into emerging markets through its wallet, exchange, merchant integration, and API.
About 70 percent of the 30,000 logistic companies in Singapore still use traditional methods of conducting their operations
If found guilty, the smartphone maker may face serious repercussions.
The market rate for a standard website terms of service stands at about S$3,000 (US$2,400), which is a fortune to fresh entrepreneurs.