Korean chat app company, Kakao, has disclosed that its 2013 revenue hit $203 million, netting $59 million in profits.
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Founded by Daisuke Sasaki and Ryu Yokoji in July 2012, freee aims to make bookkeeping and accounting quick and easy.
Geniee is a real-time bidding (RTB) ad network startup that serves up to 20 to 30 billion impressions per month.
Nanapi is Japan’s largest lifehack media site that has 28 million visitors and generates over 60 million pageviews every month.
If someone tells you that you need to pay them to get covered on Tech in Asia, they are lying to you, and they don’t work for us.
“Why can’t small printing companies get printing orders in a more efficient manner?” Matsumoto, founder of Raksul.com thought.
Hugo Barra, VP at Xiaomi Global, will take the stage at Startup Asia Singapore 2014 this coming May 8.
Founded in April 2008, Uzabase’s first product is Speeda, a company database information platform built for industry analysts.
On behalf of Sunbridge Global Ventures’ Ikuo Hiraishi and his team, Tech in Asia invites you to Innovation Weekend on May 9, 2013.
Founded in 2005 by Daisuke Komata, Pixta is Japan’s largest stock photo marketplace for both amateur and professional photographers to upload and sell their photos to the world. Over 70 people strong,...
Kaizen, the Japanese company behind planBCD, a growth hacking crowdsourcing platform, has raised US$5 million from Fidelity Growth Partners and GREE Ventures. Kenji Sudo, CEO and co-founder of Kaizen ...
Tokyo-based mobile C2C shopping app, Mercari, has raised $14 million from Global Brain, Globis Capital Partners, Itochu Technology Ventures, GMO Venture Partners, and other undisclosed investors.
In Japan, people in the IT industry will have heard of Koki Sato, CEO & President at Septeni Holdings.
Reprimanded by his manager, frustrated real estate agent left to start Japan’s largest property portal
Takashi Inoue, founder and CEO of NEXT, is responsible for HOME’S, one of Japan’s largest real estate listings and housing information sites.
Haruhisa Okamura founder and CEO of Adways is one of the youngest founders to bring a company from zero to IPO in Japan.
"ClassDo believes that technology cannot replace teachers, technology has to empower teachers instead," says ClassDo CEO Chiew Farn Chung.