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It makes learning fun for preschoolers through gamified web and mobile apps, hoping that they will absorb fundamentals better.
After months of beta testing, today Fliplingo goes live to the public with its human-powered Twitter translation service.
With these six strategies, Zalora hopes to fend off its many rivals in the fashion ecommerce space.
Ramping up its presence in Asia, aComerce has now expanded into the Philippines.
A Thai telco AIS has announced its three winners from its latest incubator program.
HanksterClub is a dating service that helps users meet new people, but in the much-less-intimidating setting of a group date.
The partnership between the Thailand-based game company and Rovio first came about last year but the path to becoming a Rovio Stars title wa...
Plenty of startups want to disrupt payments in Southeast Asia. Omise is trying too.
Fashion estore WearYouWant has secured US$1.5 million in funding to help the startup grow and expand across Southeast Asia to rival Zalora.
After being rescued by Rovio, Juice Cubes developer Pocket PlayLab acquires Philippine gaming startup
In a big deal for two Southeast Asia gaming startups, Thailand-based Pocket PlayLab today revealed that it’s acquiring Philippines-based A...
An ecommerce service provider aCommerce has just closed its series A venture capital round of US$10.7 million.
2C2P, a Bangkok-based online payment processing company, has secured an undisclosed amount of funding from GMO Global Payment Fund, a sister...
In line with Dtac’s change of plan, the program is now divided into two tracks – the accelerator and incubator programs. Thus the finali...
Thailand’s leading restaurant review site Wongnai has just secured funding from the investment subsidiary of Recruit Holdings Co., Ltd.
Thailand-based startup MergePay took the stage today at Startup Asia Singapore 2014 to introduce its bookkeeping platform to investors.
Thai women love Japanese and international cosmetics. BuzzCommerce will make it easy for clients to sell beauty and health products to them.