Here are the top 10 Korean tech companies that stood out, in the recent 4th K-Tech conference.
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Go-Jek now has 200k drivers. The CEO says his company is fearless and wants to be the single app for all on-demand services in Indonesia.
Raksul, one of Japan’s most-funded startups, enters Southeast Asia with a $400k seed investment in Jakarta-based Prinzio.
Japanese firms were among the first to place bets on Indonesian tech startups. In this Tech in Asia conference panel, three VCs explain why.
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A few months ago, Pranshu Bhandari got a call from a clothing factory owner. He was thanking her for her work on Hello English, an app that teaches English to s...
15 months ago, ShopandBox had personal shoppers situated in nine countries. That number has since increased to 20 countries, and the fresh influx of cash will g...
He says there's lot of smart, driven, and capable people, but the amount of capital and the network at their disposal ‘are nowhere near what we see in Silicon V...
They’ll do everything from sealing it with a click to saying it for you. Personalised online gifting gets another boost in India.
"If a fart can sell so much money, I wanted to get into the game!"
Feel-good Philippine transport startup wins US$10,000 at our annual conference in the Indonesian capital.
Xiaomi tries something new in India today.