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A whopping funding round for Asia's Spotify could help it strengthen its on the music streaming space in Southeast Asia
Singapore-based ecommerce startup HipVan has completed its $1.4M series A financing round led by LionRock Capital and Skype co-founder Toivo Annus.
Blogapalooza promises to connect businesses with Filipino bloggers, but will the concept work?
Xingyun, a Chinese niche social network, has just raised an RMB 40 million (US$6.5 million) series A round of funding led by Shenzhen Capital Group
Ayondo expands to Singapore, gets US$4 million to give TradeHero some competition in Asia.
Korbit, Korea’s leading Bitcoin exchange, wallet and merchant processor, has just closed a US$3 million series A funding round led by SoftBank Ventures Korea.
Their arrival in Asia continues to be fraught with resistance from all quarters - governments, taxi companies, and even banks.
There’s yet to be a really strong player in the online directory scene in Indonesia like Yelp. WeYap looks ready to take on the challenge.
Shrewd marketers should localize the concept of an ice bucket challenge to Asia, but you first need to know what makes the campaign great.
Indonesia’s Bridestory grabs funding from four VCs, new Jakarta player Sovereign’s Capital takes the lead
When Kevin Mintaraga got married in 2012, he wasn’t expecting to stumble into a new business venture. Now, two years later, the 29-year-old Indonesian serial entrepreneur finds himself the founder and...
After a 9gag clone showed promise, the team decided to become Japan’s BuzzFeed.
Treating fundraising as an event raises your chances of getting better deals from venture capitalists.
Entrepreneurs often want to help the journalists on their beat, but don’t know what to do. Here’s how.