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Go-Jek founder Nadiem Makarim has put two young women in charge of forging Go-Jek’s path into services beyond transportation:
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.
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From on-demand home cleaning to smart door locks, these SparkLabs-incubated startups are eyeing expansion to Japan and beyond.
The National University of Singapore’s entrepreneurship center wants to create an open, collaborative platform “by the community for the community.”
And there’s plenty room for more in the US$300b industry.
The very existence of JKMorning points to larger problems stemming from Japan's schoolgirl obsession.
An Indian startup whizzes past competition by delivering groceries
2015 looks to have been another stunning year for Southeast Asian startups. According to Tech in Asia’s database, total venture capital funding from Q3 of 2014 ...
The loan market in India is growing in step with rising income. But lending institutions haven’t kept up with needs. Fintech startups are out to fill the gap.
Zookal has created an online video marketplace where students can share their expertise with their peers.
Go-Jek’s and GrabBike’s ubiquitous presence has inspired many me-too products In Indonesia. Do they stand a chance? Are some even real?
Right now feels like a bit of an awkward stage in wireless tech – wifi is everywhere, but many devices still don’t take advantage of it. Most external hard driv...