Slurp’s iPad point-of-sale system allows food retailers to manage their menu and store sales information in the cloud.
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Besides the new fund, Qualcomm will set up an innovation lab in Bangalore to provide engineering support to mobile internet companies.
Frustrated with the daily grind as a banker, Kazumasa Tomita left to build a financial news site. Less than three years later, it’s one of the biggest in Japan.
As Rocket Internet appears to retreat in India, focus shifts to frontier markets. Online marketplace Kaymu might face pressure from its sister company Daraz.
When you’re first trying to draw attention to your startup, few things are more important than luck. Sometimes it’s a retweet by an industry leader, or a work e...
Unlike Facebook M, Helpchat wants to take a hyperlocal approach to personal assistance with running errands.
Express Bike Wash says its machine can do complex washes in a matter of minutes, and is now leaping into Jakarta’s vibrant and growing motorbike market.
The Japanese company behind fashion ecommerce darling Zozotown is leading this investment round.
The Tech in Asia Tour: Road to Jakarta hit its third pit stop in the heart of Saigon. Find out which startup won a free trip to exhibit at our upcoming Jakarta ...
Practo’s acquisition of Qikwell completes the demand-supply equation of the healthcare ecosystem. Here’s how.
The Singaporean startup is also considering some acqui-hires to fuel expansion.
Collaboration and project management tool Teambition has secured US$12 million in series B funding, the startups has revealed.
Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Tokyo are the last stops on the Tech in Asia Tour. Startups, get ready to pitch for honour, glory, and a free pass to Tech in Asia ...
This is Practo’s fourth acquisition after it secured a blockbuster funding of $90 million led by Tencent.
Eco-friendly and Obama-approved: a boutique store turned into China’s hippest new online marketplace
Two years ago, Bunny Yan opened up a boutique store in Shanghai selling accessories and home items. It focused on sustainably-produced goods – “impact products,...
Creating 3D content for virtual reality headsets is expensive and time-consuming. DoubleMe turns 2D video into 3D models for free and in real time.
CrediHealth secures funding from Twitter India’s director of engineering Rajat Malhotra to tackle India’s economical but unstructured healthcare scene.
If you’re planning to exhibit your startup at some point, these pointers might prove useful to help you get the most out of your experience.
Why are Microsoft’s MD for India, Airbnb’s India manager, and other biggies backing this ecommerce platform selling beauty products to men in India?