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This network of city news sites aims to take advantage of its first-mover status in places like Yangon, and discovers video as revenue source.
Lab equipment is mostly imported and hard to come by in Indonesia, a problem which new online retailer LabSatu wants to solve.
Hong Kong-based financial comparison site CompareAsiaGroup today announced it raised $40M in series A funding led by Goldman Sachs and Nova Founders Capital.
Alodokter wants to become the number one site for health-related information in Indonesia by winning in quality and design.
Banks are feeling the heat from tech startups, which are working on various alternatives to traditional banking. Some banks are not taking it sitting down.
In Indonesia, Livaza wants to make it easy for customers to get their hands on high-end luxurious furniture products at affordable prices.
An anonymous angel investor is helping SociaBuzz to grow its influencer marketing platform.
Surabaya-based game studio Mojiken shares its story of struggle and how it hopes to reclaim an elusive indie identity in the noisy world of gaming.
The firm lets users get their hands on imported goods by using international travelers as delivery people. It has a new CEO, and funds will be spent on growth.
Tees.co.id, an Indonesian marketplace that sells artwork on T-shirts and other products closed a round of seed funding from 500 Startups, 8Capita, and angels.
Duriana gets ammunition to compete with Carousell.
Xurpas buys a significant stake in PT Sembilan Digital Investama, a mobile content development and distribution business in Indonesia.
Wheel Line aims to compete with the likes of Go-Jek and HandyMantis in Indonesia’s motorcycle delivery space.
The Indonesia-based site launched in Jakarta earlier this week, and already has 5,000 participating hotels throughout Asia Pacific.
Koto is the first Indonesian to become a mentor in the Shanghai program, and hopes the new position can connect more Indonesian startups to Chinaccelerator.
Failing to move on from pen-and-paper can limit the growth of small businesses. Pawoon’s point of sale application could be the entry point to use technology.
Yozma's grand plan for Asia will involve a campus, an accelerator, and a fund.