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.
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 startup will partly use the money to hire staff in preparation for a regional rollout.
Looking at Tech in Asia’s database, here’s a list of startups that have received financial backing in their bid to fill the gaps in healthcare.
Cheerleading media routinely talk of edtech raising millions to transform the lives of millions in India. The truth is it’s one of the most poorly funded sector...
Real estate in India has seen a lot of action in the last couple of years. Big funding rounds in startups followed by belt-tightening, layoffs, and acquisitions...
The company, headquartered in Pakistan, will be collaborating with a local venture in Yangon to kickstart services.
As we reported last week, RedMart Relay is an on-demand delivery service for a variety of goods, promising delivery within an hour
The portal today announced a round of funding from Girnar Software.
It was an idea whose time had come. Indian women wanted western office wear, and the ones available didn’t suit their shape.
Fintech has grown more diverse both in terms of markets and verticals. Here are five startups that had a pretty good year.
China’s social network market is different from the rest of the world’s. Facebook, Twitter, and other global staples of social networking are blocked by the gov...
The restaurant booking app has seen healthy growth and seated 130,00 to date. It's now eyeing expansion into Vietnam and the Philippines.
The new hotel booking site takes on the likes of Traveloka and Tiket in Indonesia.
Here's an alternate model, to connect your Indian HQ with the US subsidiary, for the best of both worlds.
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: