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Willis Wee

Product guy at Tech in Asia.
I like the last point about happiness. That's what we all are chasing after, isn't it? :)

Commented 3 hours ago on

5 startup tips from the founder of Foody
Hey Antoine - Great post and thanks for sharing. Fyi, there's also another search engine in Vietnam name CocCoc https://www.techinasia.com/tag/coccoc/ You may want to find out more about them :)

Commented 14 hours ago on

5 reasons why we’re re-launching our search engine, Verbase, and doing it in Thailand
Sounds really useful. I wonder how accurate it is, though!

Commented 14 hours ago on

This 19-year-old built an app to detect movement disorders in children
Another real need for global talents is when you're hunting for skill-sets that are severely limited in your country. :)

Commented 2 days ago on

Tips to recruiting foreign talents for your startup
And looks like he is going to invest in more IOT startups :)

Commented 4 days ago on

SoftBank CEO: the average person will have 1,000 internet-connected devices by 2040
Thank u for sharing, Sid! Really good to know your thoughts on the investment. :) For those who might be a little clueless, here's the funding news that was on TIA today: https://www.techinasia.com/india-droom-funding-marketplace-for-automobile/

Commented 5 days ago on

Why I put my biggest series A bet on this founder
Welcome to the TIA community, Tim :)

Commented 5 days ago on

How to start a startup in college (Infographic)
I would really encourage you to learn how to build the product yourself. Even if you don't code, learn how to do product management. It's critical to build your own product and tech team from scratch. It's surely easier to outsource and solve the problem using money. But nothing beats knowing your product yourself. My experience seems to suggest that outsourcing isn't the way to go. We worked with several agencies and none is good. Things got so much better after we have our own tech team.Fyi, this article might help you: https://www.techinasia.com/10-...

Commented 5 days ago on

Ask TIA: Should I develop in-house or outsource?
I use Redmart to compare prices and will order them they offer a better price. :) #bootstrap

Commented 5 days ago on

Food fight: New challengers spice up Singapore’s online grocery war
Great piece, Ryan :)My humble story here:https://www.techinasia.com/ent...

Commented 6 days ago on

When you shouldn’t follow your heart
Here's some stats (sourced from our own database) that could help u guys figure out which are some of the hottest verticals asian investors invest in. Enjoy! :)

Commented 1 week ago on

Ask TIA: Do Asian VCs lack innovation?
Agree. I hope the market is big enough that it attracts investments from investors. great cause and business :)

Commented 1 week ago on

This Korean startup is making wearables for the blind, but its ambition is much bigger
that's a really interesting outcome! am wondering what Uber did right in China that triggered its growth. i feel there's so much lessons to be learned there.

Commented 1 week ago on

I’m Rui Ma, Partner for Greater China at 500 Startups. AMA!
Cool to know he works with Sam before :) Thanks for the write up!

Commented 2 weeks ago on

We did an AMA, and here are the top 10 questions we were asked
nice :)

Commented 2 weeks ago on

Show TIA: Breakout space at your office
coolio :D

Commented 2 weeks ago on

Show TIA: Breakout space at your office
heh. i don't really care what other ppl achieve or do. i care only about my team and personal happiness. imo, happiness is the right index to measure success in life. :)

Commented 2 weeks ago on

For real? 49% of entrepreneurs surveyed have a mental health condition
oh... just in case you're curious about the tournament we are having... ^^

Commented 2 weeks ago on

Show TIA: Breakout space at your office
Huiyi, Li Soon, Daniel, Nathan, Emily, Huimin, Andrew, Louisa, Renhao, Jacob, Vanessa, Jason ... so many pros here >.<

Commented 2 weeks ago on

Show TIA: Breakout space at your office
Steady leh

Commented 2 weeks ago on

Show TIA: Breakout space at your office