At Asia Leaders Summit 2014, four investors came together for a panel titled “Navigating investment landscapes of Asia.” They are (from left to right): Kuo-Yi Lim, the former CEO at Infocomm investmen...
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Generating over $330 million in revenue last year, Line has shown the world how a messaging app can earn boatloads of money. During a visit to Line’s Tokyo office, COO Idezawa Takeshi, revealed that g...
"We are going to be the number one mobile game company. We are going to create the best self-developed games." says Gumi CEO Hironao Kunimitsu.
Japan’s Kaizen is the startup behind A/B testing software planBCD and it isn’t like any other A/B testing software in the market today.
This startup lets users mix and match their favorite outfits, and is making money without selling a thing
“I’m in a business that I love. I love fashion and technology. I can’t ask for more,” said Kanayama, co-founder of iQon.
Japan’s Terra Motors Corporation today released its Kiwami electric bikes in India.
Founded by Akiyoshi Yosuke in 2008, Lancers claims to be Japan’s largest freelancing site, producing over $200 million worth of accumulated freelancing gigs to date.
Twitcasting lets users around the world livestream their life, from singing karaoke to rioting in the streets
Founded in 2010, Twitcasting is a mobile app for streaming and watching live videos in real-time.
Tokyo Otaku Mode was founded in March 2011 as a Facebook page by a bunch of otaku founders — basically folks who are obsessed in manga, anime, and its culture. Before Tokyo Otaku Mode was established ...
Tokyo Otaku Mode was founded in March 2011 as a Facebook page by a bunch of otaku founders. It is now a site that generates 20 million pageviews a month.
Founded by Hajime Hirose, Yosuke Kimoto, Yoko Aoyama, Cream aims to become the “Waze for real-time pricing data.”
In a short span of two years, Fukuyama and his team have turned AnyPerk into one of the startups to watch in Silicon Valley.
Founded by Yuta Tsuruoka and Kazuma Ieiri, BASE a Tokyo-based startup aims to help anyone to create an e-commerce website within 30 seconds.
When CEO and founder of Coiney Naoko Samata first joined Paypal Japan in 2009, she didn’t imagine that she would one day become an entrepreneur. Three years down the road, Samata felt the need to do s...
Mobile social network Path is huge in Indonesia. So huge that it has attracted attention from Indonesia's Bakrie Group.
Founded in 2011, FlyData (formerly known as Hapyrus) is a Japanese startup based in Silicon Valley that makes big data storage on the cloud possible. While data warehouses like Amazon Redshift claim t...