This fresh Indonesian medtech startup is creating a marketplace for pharmacies to ensure patients can get the medicines they need, on time.
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Personal finance app Jojonomic from Indonesia picks up seed funding from East Ventures.
Yogyakarta was the fifth stop on our Tech in Asia Jakarta conference tour. Five startups battled for the chance to exhibit at the conference in November.
The startup is a tool for Indonesians to find suitable doctors and book appointments. It will also offers practice management software to hospitals and clinics.
It’s the end of the road for restaurant booking and review sites Abraresto and Abratable. The owners are in the process of liquidating assets. How did this happ...
The Singaporean startup prepares to expand to another new market after Indonesia.
With an oversubscribed user base and competitors lining up, the personal-assistant-via-SMS startup is looking to get more aggressive in Indonesia.
Marvelstone plans to follow the lead of Wework and Y Combinator to acquire co-working spaces and support startups.
Rocket Internet's H1 2015 financials reveal a lot about Lazada, Zalora, Jabong, and Foodpanda.
UangTeman provides short-term micro loans online in Jakarta. It puts money in your account within 24 hours, but won’t break your legs if you can’t pay on time.
Express Bike Wash says its machine can do complex washes in a matter of minutes, and is now leaping into Jakarta’s vibrant and growing motorbike market.
Local investments portal Stockbit just topped up. Ideosource threw down the cash as part of the nation’s push to create five million retail investors by 2017.
Indonesia bans foreign investment on ecommerce, but in usual resourcefulness, investors and startups have found ways to skirt this regulation.
Lippo Digital Ventures will give the four-year-old startup expert advisors as it seeks to expand out of Indonesia to Southeast Asia.
RedMart CEO Roger Egan says HappyFresh’s model can’t scale due to order volume, frequency, and complex in-store replenishment issues in the grocery business.
After setting up shop in Singapore and Bangalore, LiteLabs comes to Jakarta ready to spend $5M on in-house ecommerce ventures.
The Tech in Asia Jakarta Tour 2015 hit the road! At tonight’s opening event, five startups battled it out for a chance to get a booth at our upcoming Jakarta co...
Southeast Asia appears to be behind in agtech startups, but this presents an untapped opportunity.