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Arena, the much-anticipated pitch battle is back! We’re hunting for the top startups across Asia to invite onto our main stage at Tech in Asia Jakarta 2015.
It’s the end of the road for restaurant booking and review sites Abraresto and Abratable. The owners are in the process of liquidating assets. How did this happ...
For Canva, pictures are worth much more than just 1,000 words.
Developing an awesome mobile application is not an easy task, both developers and business owners struggle to understand the numerous aspects of mobile app deve...
The Singaporean startup prepares to expand to another new market after Indonesia.
Why you’re reading this article Harvard Business Review calls it a “management revolution”. McKinsey released a whopping 156 page report touting it as “the next...
Every day, hundreds of thousands of people cross the border from Shenzhen, in mainland China, into Hong Kong. For many, this is a daily commute – and one that c...
The Tech in Asia Tour is heading to Manila on October 13. Join us as we pick a winner from a 5-way pitch battle to send a startup to Tech in Asia Jakarta 2015!
The homegrown car classifieds site focuses on new cars. Now with a fresh hit of capital, it’ll go head-to-head with Rocket Internet and iCar Asia.
China's Letv is headed to the US. But how will it sell its smart devices in a completely different market?
Along with payment wallet Chillr and unsecured loan provider IndiaLends, beauty marketplace Nykaa saw a huge series B round of funding.
Snapdeal just made a big move that’ll allow you to try on a pair of shoes in a store and then buy them online.
A dozen up-and-coming Japanese startups battled it out in Tokyo for a chance to pitch in front of American VCs and media outlets in San Francisco next month.
Most fast moving products in the beauty space are often out of stock in retail stores. So Falguni Nayar launched a beauty startup called Nykaa.
The Malaysian VC firm’s pre-accelerator program Alpha Startups will come to the Philippines in November.