Joybynature, an Indian estore of organic products, bagged $1 million in pre series A round of funding.
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The Singapore-based subsidiary of telecommunications provider GlobalRoam will use aSpecial’s analytics tool to make its service attractive to marketers.
Korean startup Yolk wants to show ordinary smartphone users that green technology can be aesthetically pleasing and ultra-portable.
The startup has been on a tear since it launched in May this year.
With these prominent names on board, BitX wants to take over the emerging markets.
NoBroker is a brokerage-free marketplace which connects homeowners and tenants.
Japanese venture capital firm GREE Ventures will be hosting a meetup between corporates, investors, and startups in Singapore on August 4. Gain an insight or tw...
Newly launched Indian startup ZenRadius is using analytics to help you tap your contacts and the contacts of your contacts for job referrals.
Recruit will utilize WOVN's translation widget to make navigating its websites easier for foreigners living in and visiting Japan.
The Australian startup will use the funding to harness its rapid growth.
Sleepace, maker of a gadget that monitors people’s sleep, revealed today that it has secured US$7 million in series B funding.
Hong Kong startup Aumeo has already crowdfunded more than $227,000 for its tailored audio device, designed by a world-renowned ear doctor.
Before turning entrepreneurs, Ram Menon and Sriram Chakravarthy worked for TIBCO, an enterprise communication software company. During their stint there, they b...
Four startups competed in a Tech in Asia pitch battle on July 16 in Fukuoka, one of Japan's startup hotbeds. The winner will be at TiA Tokyo 2015 in September.
PicPal allows a user and his/her friends anywhere in the world to take real-time selfies together.
Its algorithms use 1,500 raw data points to generate a lending decision in a few hours.
The road to Tokyo continues with a stop in Thailand.
Google Capital backed startup from Chennai outscores its main American rivals Zendesk and Desk in customer satisfaction.