Startups are Tech in Asia’s bread and butter. As Asia’s startup ecosystems grow, we’ll be here to document both their successes and failures. From seed-stage bootstrappers to multimillion-dollar exits, every startup worth its salt deserves a chance to be heard.
India’s youngsters are much more exposed to the global market than their parents. This has provided entrepreneurs in the country a chance to jump on the evolvin...
Milestone wants to digitize student records, employee evaluation, and interaction between teachers and parents.
One man's dream of evangelizing entrepreneurship in Pakistan started for real when he quit his corporate job.
The property market is booming once again. This startup wants to solve the trust issues among buyers and sellers in Australia.
The government and startup accelerator IdeaSpace are collaborating for the development of a national innovation hub in the Philippines.
GrabCar claims it is the first and so far the only app-based car booking service to be issued an accreditation as a transport network company in the Philippines...
This China-based startup is working on a social app that's about private moments of authenticity, not blasting the image of your "best you" to the masses.
With new data and risk models, this startup wants to provide credit to many people who are currently not eligible for loans.
India’s hot startup is in the news again for the wrong reasons.
HaloMoney leads the pack of financial comparison sites in Indonesia, at least in terms of the size of its war chest.
For Decoded Fashion’s first event in Asia, five startups will compete for a chance to demo their product or service at an Isetan department store.
Rumor has it that food delivery startup Foodpanda’s offices in Singapore got an unpleasant visit by the police. That did not happen, it says.
The digital media marketing company raises money for the first time to expand into new markets.
Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, is the latest stop on our eight-city tour across Asia to meet fledgling startups.
Smartphones have already changed the way you grab a cab and buy your groceries; the next thing your phone is going to shake up is how you enjoy a concert.
Mad Street Den brings recommendation of visually similar products to shoppers on Voonik and Craftsvilla. And picking a Bollywood saree with AI is only the begin...
Undaunted by existing players, the firm aims to capitalize on Indonesian businesses' demand for office supplies, electronics, and cleaning products.
A unique international acceleration program will see the winning Korean startups whisked away to Berlin for a three-month stint at the Betahaus incubator.
A startup is applying some Apple-esque design principles to make this smart water fountain for cats more appealing both to kitties and to humans.
Qlue now includes real-time information on Transjakarta buses, integrates Waze, and some other nifty stuff to help navigate Jakarta’s concrete jungle.
The Indian firm recently launched auto information portal CarBay in Indonesia. It’s not yet a classifieds site, but will likely threaten Carmudi and Mobile123. ...
Sporting goods worth $1.6 billion were exported from Sialkot last year. Sportskot wants to disrupt that.
As a fresh college graduate, Shota Horii spent a lot of time looking at women’s blogs. He wasn’t personally interested; Horii worked in online ad placement at A...
The visual tech is included in the Indian ecommerce company’s mobile app, aimed at fashion shoppers.
It is also partnering with online travel planning agencies to allow travelers to plan trips based on the location of eateries.