A Singapore startup will power Facebook's enhanced Messenger for businesses.
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.
Exchanging money is a hassle in India, with different rates at various banks and dealers. Fxkart aims to remove this hassle with a marketplace for forex dealers.
Want to learn to to be the best entrepreneur in China? Jack Ma's founder training school just opened in Hangzhou. But getting in is nearly impossible.
The informal economy is a thriving industry in Pakistan, but is a dangerous model to encourage. Startups want to change that.
On Tuesday, five aspiring startups stepped onstage at Impact Hub Kuala Lumpur’s brand-new event space to test their mettle.
Ten teams from the prestigious University of Tokyo crossed the globe to show off their gadgets in Austin. Here are the remaining five.
Technology incubator wishes to bring a culture of innovation and disruption in the country.
Initially modelled on Airbnb, OYO Rooms now lists only rooms from budget hotels. From 200 hotels in 10 Indian cities, it wants to expand to 1,000 hotels by the end of the year.
Post and sell do-it-yourself projects on the app. You can also earn more from the sale of materials used in your projects.
One year after attracting seed funding, the specialist online tea store just got US$6 million led by Accel Partners India.
The new fund, Accel India IV, will invest in very early stage startups and those already in the growth trajectory.
Ten teams from the prestigious University of Tokyo crossed the globe to show off their gadgets in Austin (and plug their Kickstarter campaigns).
The round was led by Singapore-based venture capital firm Monk’s Hill Ventures. Existing investor 500 Startups also participated.
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.
Five South Korean startups traveled across the globe to strut their stuff at SXSW Interactive and gain insight into the lucrative US market.
ANGIN is known in Indonesia as a fund for early stage investments in women-led startups. Now it plans to introduce a second fund to widen its portfolio.
Taxi apps like Uber and Ola have got us used to the convenience and affordability of shared cars. It no longer feels imperative to own one. But what about furniture? Furlenco lets you rent some.
Their latest project involves a partnership with the United Nations to improve the security of schools in violence-ridden countries.