Divvy began life in Sydney, Australia back in 2011 as a way for people to lease their unused car parking space through the internet. Its business is essentially...
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 Shanghai-based startup designs and produces 3D-printed press-on nails and then sells them around the world.
If you’ve ever been to Vietnam during the Lunar New Year, you’d know that major cities like Ho Chi Minh city and Ha Noi empty out completely. They turn into des...
Roof is leaking, need a nanny, find me a gardener: the services sector in Indonesia is inefficient and needs change. Enter Seekmi.
BongoBD is the first video streaming portal in the country.
Nana, a smart mat that was originally marketed as a safe and unobtrusive sleep tracker for babies, is now targeting a totally new segment.
Simplilearn started off as a project management blog and has now gone ahead to provide short-term certification courses.
It’s far from game over for Playbasis.
Competitor Ola also entered the space with food delivery and is reportedly planning to start delivering groceries as well.
Come watch five local startups duke it out in a pitching contest for a chance to win transport, accommodation, and a startup booth at Tech in Asia Tokyo 2015.
Rage faces, Obama’s “not bad” face, something that looks like Dick Butt - welcome to China's oddest (and most fun) new social app.
Functional prosthetics are rarely used and can cost upwards of US$10,000. Exiii's bionic arm can be printed at home and assembled for US$300.
LabInApp, an India-based edtech startup, has raised a seed investment from Unitus Seed Fund and Madan Padaki of Sylvant Advisors Founded in 2012 in Hubli, LabIn...
Getting to know different communities and ecosystems across the world is difficult. You have to know the right people and they’ll have to, in turn, introduce yo...
China is still a country where people prefer to pay up-front – often with wads of cash. But that's not stopping startups from offering loans and microloans.
This US-based startup for office check-ins is expanding into Japan with the Japanese language and an important new client.
The site is brand new, and still getting its ducks in a row. But if done right, the concept could be an interesting ingredient for Jakarta’s busy streets.
Talk about drones usually revolve around their outdoor applications. Infinium Robotics thinks it can thrive by staying indoors.
The US$6 million fundraiser was co-led by Matrix Partners India and SAIF Partners.