In Sanskrit, “Bareksa” is the word for “tree.” As the saying goes, money doesn’t grow on trees. In Jakarta, however, that no longer seems to be the case. Bareks...
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.
We take a closer look at the life and times of social entrepreneur, Janine Chiong.
Philippine startup Metroplate relaunches as a food delivery service.
Investors in this round include Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, Garena, SoftBank Ventures, and Visionnaire Ventures.
An enterprising startup should bring the @HiddenCash concept to Asia, and here’s why.
Natali Ardianto used to be bad with people. But you would never guess it from the way he carries himself today. The loquacious, well-groomed co-founder and CTO ...
Filme won the audience award and MistCDN won the prize for best startup. Take a look to see which of the companies are worth watching.
After making $8M of investment in the US, KDDI is reloaded with $50 million. The new fund is for companies that are able to bridge the digital and real worlds.
The app taps into the Baidu Maps API to let users who still prefer to shop for clothes in person aggregate the stores and deals nearest them.
Japan’s BEENOS creates “Inception” program - requires 70% equity to join. Idea created by Open Network Lab co-founder Hiro Maeda.
This migraine app detects what you're doing, asks you questions, and shares what actions you can take.
Mobile reward platform Airloyal boasts of a million instances of brand engagement in 90 days and has given away rewards worth US$50,000 to its users.
Japan-based Moneytree will add point tracking support to its personal finance app, alerting users before their free money expires.
Fashion marketplace FaveChic believes it can compete with the big boys in multiple markets in Southeast Asia.
Following these business thought leaders will improve your Twitter experience.
Nulab, a collaborative software startup from Fukuoka, went global without traditional marketing or investors.
19 of the hottest South Korean startups came to Tokyo looking for business partners – here’s our top five favorites
19 of the hottest South Korean startups came to Tokyo looking for business partners for Startup Alliance Korea. Here are the top five from their demo day.
This Korean startup’s founders left Google and LG to crush Dropbox, today they secured $1M investment
Employees giving up their highly-prized, stable, and well-paid corporate careers in Korea’s tech behemoths used to be incredibly rare. But the young team at ASD...
Senti can understand social media mentions in both English and Filipino.