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.
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.
The Singapore-based VC is building up its Southeast Asia portfolio with new and old startups in ecommerce, marketplaces, and mobile services.
Zilingo aims to connect Thai merchants to millions of online customers in Southeast Asia.
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More and more players are entering the mobile payments space in Southeast Asia yet most consumers aren’t biting. That’s about to change.
Omise is already running betas in Japan and Indonesia, and is looking to enter more markets by mid-2016.
With crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, hardware startups are flourishing across the region.
The Bangkok-based co-working space company will look to expand as it goes for a series A in 2016.
The fintech sector is booming worldwide, and investors are thrilled to jump on the bandwagon.
The mobile game studio sees a huge opportunity in the region.
Thai telecoms group Intouch, through its VC arm Invent, injects funds into golf booking app Golfdigg.
Drvr leverages the Internet of Things to provide solutions for logistics companies and improve driving conditions in the region.
Rocket Internet's H1 2015 financials reveal a lot about Lazada, Zalora, Jabong, and Foodpanda.
The Japanese company behind fashion ecommerce darling Zozotown is leading this investment round.
The Jakarta-based startup delivers fresh groceries and produce to your door, and just set up shop in Bangkok. It claims Taipei and Manila are next.
The Thai-based startup moves into offering a full suite of tools for building and operating gamified apps.
As ecommerce booms across Asia, aCommerce gears up to raise another round to face growing competition.
Not many startups expand into China, but workplace messaging app Eko is breaking the mold - led by its 20-year-old founder.