The lucky number of the moment is apparently 8, as Indian tech startup seed investor Tlabs has announced its eighth batch of startups, conveniently containing e...
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Arcstone plans to ramp up recruitment and expand across Southeast Asia with fresh funding.
Other investors include SoftBank, Tiger Capital, and DST Global.
With Venturra Capital on board as lead investor, it’s safe to assume the services marketplace startup will soon tackle Indonesia
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Indian ethnic product ecommerce site Craftsvilla has raised US$34 million in series C funding in a round led by Sequoia Capital India and Lightspeed Venture Par...
Jugnoo aggregates auto rickshaws to provide transportation, make home-cooked meals, and deliver groceries. It raised another round of funding today.
Here’s a list of startups in the Philippines that have raised more money after their seed round.
The local beauty and cosmetics firm thinks it can mop the floor in Jakarta, squaring off against strong regional players like Luxola and Sephora.
Raksul, one of Japan’s most-funded startups, enters Southeast Asia with a $400k seed investment in Jakarta-based Prinzio.
15 months ago, ShopandBox had personal shoppers situated in nine countries. That number has since increased to 20 countries, and the fresh influx of cash will g...
He says there's lot of smart, driven, and capable people, but the amount of capital and the network at their disposal ‘are nowhere near what we see in Silicon V...
They’ll do everything from sealing it with a click to saying it for you. Personalised online gifting gets another boost in India.
Despite the pressure and early criticisms, the Jokowi administration is on track to reform Indonesia, says trade minister at Tech in Asia Jakarta 2015.
The newly-formed Formation Group, led by Brian Koo, also revealed its first five investments. Three are in Asian startups.