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.
Here are the essential functions for running a crowdfunding campaign.
Singapore’s Land Transport Authority has issued certificates of registration for the taxi-booking apps and is reviewing applications for more.
22-year-old Pulkit Jaiswal wants to make drones even simpler to use. His new startup, SwarmX, is his second and perhaps last attempt to do so.
The Singapore-based startup will partly use the money to hire staff in preparation for a regional rollout.
As we reported last week, RedMart Relay is an on-demand delivery service for a variety of goods, promising delivery within an hour
Fintech has grown more diverse both in terms of markets and verticals. Here are five startups that had a pretty good year.
It’s focusing on getting budget hotels to give you things you really need, like decent wifi.
A number of new mobile apps have popped up on Google’s Play Store that seem to point toward expanded services by the Singaporean startup.
The National University of Singapore’s entrepreneurship center wants to create an open, collaborative platform “by the community for the community.”
Zookal has created an online video marketplace where students can share their expertise with their peers.
Startup founders dish on what it’s really like to be in an accelerator in Singapore.
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.
The London-based firm made its foray into Southeast Asia, setting up in Singapore. DST Global and Greenoaks Capital make a bet on high-end restaurant delivery.
The Singapore-based startup hopes to prevail in the space using a variety of features and strategic partnerships.
As Singaporeans fume over subway disruptions, this new startup wants to fill up empty cars with paying riders.
No, it’s not another Airbnb clone.