The new hotel booking site takes on the likes of Traveloka and Tiket in Indonesia.
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It’s focusing on getting budget hotels to give you things you really need, like decent wifi.
Go-Jek founder Nadiem Makarim has put two young women in charge of forging Go-Jek’s path into services beyond transportation:
Startup success stories are mostly talked about. How about failed startups? Here’re 20 failed startups in Asia in 2015 and why they they didn’t survive.
Almost a year after Go-Jek launched a courier service attached to its on-demand motorcycles, GrabTaxi’s GrabBike follows suit.
Dubbed the Glassdoor of Indonesia, Qerja brought transparency to Indonesian companies. Its job portal counterpart, Jobs.id, is adding career opportunities.
Zelos matches the right students to the right jobs with a filtration system and a pay-per-contact business model. It also mitigates junk applications.
While old school giants Rumah.com and Rumah123 rue Indonesia’s real estate market, young startups are looking at niche opportunities.
This new startup aims to keep itself as simple as possible while Indonesia’s ecommerce sector continues to bloom.
Malaysia’s MaGIC Accelerator Program held its demo day this week where 50 startups from across the region pitched their business ideas to over 150 investors.
Dodge trucks and Bajajas like a pro while bringing your passenger to their destination in one piece.
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After a decrease in the fare drivers receive per kilometer, Go-Jek is now taking an additional cut for its jackets and helmets. Some drivers are protesting this...
Go-Jek now has 200k drivers. The CEO says his company is fearless and wants to be the single app for all on-demand services in Indonesia.
Raksul, one of Japan’s most-funded startups, enters Southeast Asia with a $400k seed investment in Jakarta-based Prinzio.
"If a fart can sell so much money, I wanted to get into the game!"
The digital media startup from the Philippines is spreading its wings across Southeast Asia.
Willson Cuaca of East Ventures, Andi Boediman of Ideosource, and Andy Zain of Mountain Kejora know the Southeast Asia tech scene like the backs of their hands.
The Singapore-based VC is building up its Southeast Asia portfolio with new and old startups in ecommerce, marketplaces, and mobile services.