China's State Council is planning to push for more rural entrepreneurship with a variety of programs aimed at making doing startups in the countryside easier.
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.
Penang's government and community builder Khoo Kah Lee have a grand plan to boost the local startup ecosystem.
Service launched in frontier markets of Bangladesh and Myanmar.
Y Combinator’s Magic pioneered the concept the US. Now, this brand new startup lets anyone with a mobile phone get whatever they want via text in Indonesia.
This startup from Singapore is trying to stake its own claim in the online video landgrab.
Voonik is a personal shopping assistant that suggests clothes, accessories, and footwear based on user’s body, skin tone, lifestyle, and budget.
Edutech startups don't have the legacy or data to prove they're effective. Parents won't risk their children's precious free time on experimental methods.
China wants to develop its tech startup scene. Here's why it should take a very close look at how things work in the Lion City.
Seoul-based WAY wants to position itself as a dermatologist in your purse and a defender against skin damage, even skin cancer.
Three attacks in two months! Fortunately, there has been no ulterior motive behind all these attacks. Until now!
In Indonesia, weddings are a major and costly life event that some people can barely afford. This startup wants to address that.
Shipra Dawar started ePsyclinic because she understood that there was no easily accessible medium for Indians to help them deal with stress and pressure of thei...
Guiddoo, the app, offers audio/video tour guides or walking tours of major historical, cultural, and art destinations in the world.
Ride tech is a rare space where street traffic is just as valuable as web traffic. Go-Jek and GrabBike slug it out in Jakarta’s congested roadways.
Swiggy is betting on their system of timely deliveries and service levels to capture the online food delivery market in India.
Clovia wants to redefine the lingerie market, and help customers choose beyond standard cuts, shapes and colours.
TaskUs handles customer support and back-office services for rapidly-growing startup juggernauts like Uber, Groupon, and Tinder.
The startup wants to encourage gender diversity and female inclusion in the labor force.
Storeganise is a white-labelled SaaS that turns traditional storage companies into high-tech on-demand valet storage services.
The company claims to have received the largest investment for a tech company in Southeast Asia in 2015.
Startup Clinic would offer legal and financial service expertise to startups and set their regulatory compliance processes in order.
10 startups will undergo IdeaSpace’s 2015 acceleration program, where they will develop their products or prototypes, set up their businesses, and conduct marke...
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With HandyHome, it takes a simple ‘click it to fix it’ to book a service from authorized electrical appliances centers.
The co-founder explains what makes Singapore-based Pie stand out in the workplace chat app space.
Jualio let's you sell anything - even digital goods - with a simple link. It's ideal for social media users with a large fanbase, like celebrities or media.
Beijing-based SmellMe is adding O2O services to its app in addition to the social networking features for cats and dogs.
Out of the 886 million active mobile users in India, 842 million – or 95 percent – have prepaid connections. This cost-conscious mobile population is always on ...
Chinaccelerator MD William Bao Bean hailed the fact that the current batch was made up of 50 percent female CEOs and 43 percent female founders.
Mesitis, creator of Canopy, plans to staff up and expand in international wealth centers.