Created by Japanese entrepreneurs, the app was only available in the US. Now it’s coming to Asia.
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Healthcare in India is crying out for tech solutions. The country has one of the poorest doctor-patient ratios and the population is increasing at a faster rate than the number of doctors.
The investment comes quickly after the live music startup won the recently concluded edition of the Alpha Startups pre-accelerator program.
The investment gives Line access to a pipeline of young female stars.
Kalsoom Lakhani, founder and CEO of Pakistan’s Invest2Innovate startup accelerator, believes that people tend to get more entrepreneurial when life gets tough.
With bigger and better boats on the way and applications ranging from ocean cleanup to data collection and transportation, the market potential is huge.
CoAssets claims to have completed millions worth of crowdfunding projects, with a revenue of US$ 733k in the first year.
A list and brief description of each new company that is included in Telkom Indonesia’s first cohort for its DDB Accelerator.
Hiroki Kudo has been to the brink of bankruptcy and back. Now, his firm is looking to push its advantage into new services.
We’re rebranding but don’t worry. Our conferences are still going to be the swankiest event for Asia’s startup community.
Metaps found early success helping companies monetize apps. Now, it’s becoming a force in online payments.
However, it continues to miss out another huge tourist destination - Japan.
The startup is brand new to Jakarta, and lets anyone build an online store for free. It allows for unlimited products and is designed to thrive on mobile.
Online payment solutions provider Paynamics seeks to be a catalyst of ecommerce growth in the region
Helping the Philippine startup in this goal is Tokyo-based global internet and ecommerce startup incubator Beenos.
This Hokkaido entrepreneur wants to ensure that tourists can enjoy an authentic Japanese dining experience without getting lost in translation.
Millions of small and medium enterprises in India struggle to get working capital from traditional banks. Capital Float uses tech and data to crack this problem.
Online recruitment has remain unchanged for years. Glints wants to change that, and in the process impact higher education too.
With so much money going into the local tech scene, one wonders which Singapore-based internet companies are the grand winners in the race to get funded.