Gunosy was first to the IPO finish-line, but SmartNews has the higher valuation now.
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Beequick, a food and drink delivery startup, has announced it secured a US$20 million series B round of funding from Hillhouse Capital and Sequoia Capital.
Alibaba's Aliyun wants to help startups enter the cloud era with a massive new incubation program that has dozens of powerful partners.
Empower Generation's women entrepreneurs have sold over 12,000 solar lights, equipping some 46,000 Nepalese with cleaner and safer homes since 2011.
Online education continues to burn white hot in China as yet another O2O education startup rakes in a big funding round.
Last week, US- and Spain-based mobile startup Monkimun told Tech in Asia that it had raised a US$1M funding round to bolster its language-learning apps. And although you might expect an American start...
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This is the second batch of startups to graduate from the US-based retailer’s accelerator program in Bangalore.
Facebook isn’t up to the task of local events, so this startup wants to make it easier for people to find things happening nearby.
27 percent of online shopping happens on social media here. Enough for a plethora of new businesses to form around the phenomenon.
The informal guesthouse market is huge in Indonesia, and this startup claims the most complete selection
Millions of students and employees in Indonesia rely on informal guesthouses for accommodation. Infokost.id tries to connect room-owners and seekers.
Started by one of India’s most successful women entrepreneurs, LimeRoad aims to help Indian women find the sweet spot between traditional beauty and modern looks.
Some startups in China are capitalizing on the captive test prep market, announcing funding ahead of the country's infamous college entrance exam, the gaokao.
Sinoze is most well known for mobile music game Thapster, which features Thai and international artists.
Xurpas buys a significant stake in PT Sembilan Digital Investama, a mobile content development and distribution business in Indonesia.
The personal mobility device will be sold to local governments and enterprise customers from April 1.