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The Singapore-based startup will partly use the money to hire staff in preparation for a regional rollout.
Looking at Tech in Asia’s database, here’s a list of startups that have received financial backing in their bid to fill the gaps in healthcare.
Cheerleading media routinely talk of edtech raising millions to transform the lives of millions in India. The truth is it’s one of the most poorly funded sector...
The portal today announced a round of funding from Girnar Software.
The restaurant booking app has seen healthy growth and seated 130,00 to date. It's now eyeing expansion into Vietnam and the Philippines.
An Indian startup whizzes past competition by delivering groceries
The loan market in India is growing in step with rising income. But lending institutions haven’t kept up with needs. Fintech startups are out to fill the gap.
Millennials on the income struggle bus, rejoice, because this startup can get you one day closer to payday. Early Salary, a fintech startup, today said it has r...
Crayon Data, a big data startup, yesterday announced another round of funding.
The app, backed by Weibo, now has 5 million active users each day. And it's now a unicorn.
The London-based firm made its foray into Southeast Asia, setting up in Singapore. DST Global and Greenoaks Capital make a bet on high-end restaurant delivery.
Just sit back, go online, and rent. India’s access economy nurses a new baby with fresh funds.
The Malaysian VC tells Tech in Asia it may invest over US$10,000 more in each of the companies.
As Singaporeans fume over subway disruptions, this new startup wants to fill up empty cars with paying riders.
This new startup aims to keep itself as simple as possible while Indonesia’s ecommerce sector continues to bloom.