The Malaysian startup wants to take advantage of the rapid growth it has seen in the past year.
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MailTime parses out the body of emails so you just see the meat of the messages in a single chat dialogue - no salutations, no signatures, no timestamps.
Auto360 markets itself as a one-stop online directory for automotive products and services in Malaysia.
The company claims to have received the largest investment for a tech company in Southeast Asia in 2015.
It wants to be the definitive app to order all home services. It has a few tricks up its sleeves.
If you’re looking for the entrepreneur who could create the next billion-dollar startup in Southeast Asia, look no further than this list.
Qtix is a mobile integrated queue management system that enables users to get their queuing tickets virtually and receive an estimated time for their service to...
Japanese startup that can 3D print human tissue takes home top prize at the 2015 Asian Entrepreneurship Award
Cyfuse Biomedical is the first Japanese company to win the award. It can 3D print human tissue in as little as two days.
Malaysia-based iPrice, a site that aggregates a multitude of ecommerce sites in Southeast Asia into a single shopping destination, raises funds from Asia Ventur...
Paybill.io is on a fast track to expand globally, allowing quick, easy, and anonymous bill payments for people working abroad.
The Malaysian startup is working with Asian artists to provide a convenient and affordable service.
The platform connects people with learning centers and instructors who teach classes ranging from academics to health and wellness, sports, and recreational act...
Jobbatical might just be the startup to kickstart a new generation of globetrotting tech talent.
The Malaysian company is set to expand its network and regional reach with a boost from Cradle Fund.
As the Chair of ASEAN this year, Malaysia’s aim is to unite the region under the motto "Our People, Our Community, Our Vision.”
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Investments in startups in the region are heating up, and we’ve seen VCs pour money into a variety of companies at different stages. Naturally, we’ve also seen ...
The Malaysian startup aims for the world stage.
In particular, a new four-seater category called GrabCar (Economy) will be added at a cheaper price point.
These startups are trailblazing the global Muslim market and helping to lay the seeds for companies to thrive in this space for generations to come.
Hong Kong-based financial comparison site CompareAsiaGroup today announced it raised $40M in series A funding led by Goldman Sachs and Nova Founders Capital.
Ensogo CEO Kris Marszalek believes that this will help the ecommerce firm become the dominant flash sales player in Southeast Asia.
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It intends to raise up to A$12million (US$9.4 million).
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.
Coming from AirAsia X, Azran Osman-Rani wants to shake up the internet TV space in Southeast Asia.
When it comes to Malaysia’s business environment, one company certainly warrants attention. AirAsia is one of the country’s biggest success stories, with a turb...
Duriana gets ammunition to compete with Carousell.
On Tuesday, five aspiring startups stepped onstage at Impact Hub Kuala Lumpur’s brand-new event space to test their mettle.