Fintech has grown more diverse both in terms of markets and verticals. Here are five startups that had a pretty good year.
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The Malaysian VC tells Tech in Asia it may invest over US$10,000 more in each of the companies.
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.
In a rare moment, US President Barack Obama and Alibaba founder Jack Ma shared the stage with a Filipina entrepreneur at the APEC Summit in Manila.
Here’s a list of startups in the Philippines that have raised more money after their seed round.
Feel-good Philippine transport startup wins US$10,000 at our annual conference in the Indonesian capital.
The digital media startup from the Philippines is spreading its wings across Southeast Asia.
U-Hop bills itself as a cheaper and safer alternative to Uber and its ilk. And it's not just a car-hailing app.
Zomato’s launch follows that of Rocket Internet’s Foodpanda and only means one thing: the rivalry between the two will heat up more.
Did you know a lot of the region’s billionaires from other industries are moving into tech? Find out who they are!
Lifetrack Medical Systems provides quality interpretation of radiology diagnostic images for hospitals and clinics in emerging markets.
Telstra is looking to partner with the Philippines’ San Miguel to disrupt the duopoly of PLDT and Globe in the archipelago nation.
More and more players are entering the mobile payments space in Southeast Asia yet most consumers aren’t biting. That’s about to change.
If you’ve got an idea that will solve mobility issues in the Philippines, try pitching it. But first, read these tips.
Unlike its predecessor, the new company is a fully-owned subsidiary of social media and mobile gaming company KLab.
The fintech sector is booming worldwide, and investors are thrilled to jump on the bandwagon.