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.
MotionElements thinks its visual search feature, auto keyword translation, and localization efforts will help it stand out from the competition.
Metaps officially listed its stock on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on August 28. Don’t miss your chance to meet the man behind this successful startup on September ...
As ecommerce booms across Asia, aCommerce gears up to raise another round to face growing competition.
Woohoo has tied up with brands from 400 cities to give the receiver a choice of buying kitchenware, apparel, jewellery, and more.
Bulletinboard is a brand new mobile app that lets teachers and parents communicate instantly about students’ progress. Here’s how it hopes to school them.
If you have been off of the internet for a week, it is possible you have missed on the emergence of a couple of food tech startups! That is how hot food tech ha...
China’s biggest meal delivery startup, Ele.me (which means “Are you hungry?”), today revealed that it has secured US$630 million in series F funding.
Haroon Rashid has seen the glory days of Pakistani music. Now he's trying to bring them back.
Here's how all this is going to affect China’s startup scene, in which VC money has been flying thick and fast for some time.
This ‘brogrammer’ culture has to go. The word too. What do you think? Thanks to NextGeneration for this infographic.
Venkat Potluri and Ganesamurthy were directors at Flipkart in charge of onboarding and managing sellers. It gave them an inside view of the problems sellers fac...
After the first edition one year ago of the Singapore Startup Ecosystem & Entrepreneur Toolbox with more than 25,000+ views, I have the pleasure to share the se...
Startupxseed Ventures launched its first fund Aaruha Technologies today. Its first investment is bot prevention startup ShieldSquare.
A Japanese entrepreneur created a special sensor kit that allow anime-themed body pillows to talk (and moan) when touched.
K-pop is huge. Sometimes called “Korea’s greatest export,” it’s a US$3.4 billion industry and counting. Well-choreographed supergroups like Girls’ Generation an...
That is, if it succeeds in becoming Singapore’s 4th telco.