The app, backed by Weibo, now has 5 million active users each day. And it's now a unicorn.
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.
Three startups are working feverishly to position themselves for dominance in the region’s online grocery industry.
“Imagine you’re a business that’s global in nature, and you’re growing globally. You have lots of customers in Silicon Valley, the Bay Area, the UK, and Austral...
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.
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Families that shop together, stay together. That could well be true with a new app.
What's Uber's market share in China? Here's the newest data.
People like to watch sports, but how many people actually participate? A new app wants to get people moving.
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.
Arrogance is often seen as a necessary trait in startup CEOs. But research might prove otherwise.
The Singapore-based startup hopes to prevail in the space using a variety of features and strategic partnerships.
Getting ripped off by currency exchange stores is commonplace. A new app gives you the power to end that.
Just sit back, go online, and rent. India’s access economy nurses a new baby with fresh funds.
In India, “assisted ecommerce” is getting millions of offline merchants into the world of ecommerce.
Almost a year after Go-Jek launched a courier service attached to its on-demand motorcycles, GrabTaxi’s GrabBike follows suit.
When the team at Czur started their crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo last month, they set a modest goal of US$20,000. A faster and more accurate scanner certa...
Dubbed the Glassdoor of Indonesia, Qerja brought transparency to Indonesian companies. Its job portal counterpart, Jobs.id, is adding career opportunities.