“Finding good staff” is something I’m hearing more and more about. It’s consistently in the top three priorities for small business owners. Wherever I travel i...
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ProperHands matches customers with freelance cleaners and takes care of booking, scheduling, and billing.
The deal is part of Global Health and Travel’s bid to strengthen its foothold in Asia, ramp up its mobile offerings, and become more than just a media firm.
Moxy is now part of the Ardent family, but the company’s original founder Shannon Kalayanamitr is still driving the brand’s vision.
This post is all about WeChat, but it’s also about more than just WeChat. While seemingly just a messaging app, WeChat is actually more of a portal, a platform,...
One security expert says that a diligent hacker could clean out every file on Send Anywhere’s server in 10 minutes.
I sit here in BASH at Singapore which is a relatively new co-working space which has the very name of ‘Build a startup here’. I visited Blk 71, a few years back...
Fintech is hot in Japan and Freee’s latest round is keeping the heat on its competitors.
Get the best out of the startup-investor speed dating session at Tech in Asia Tokyo 2015.
The Philippines unveils a roadmap for developing the startup ecosystem in the hopes it would become the next ‘sunshine’ industry.
The first phase of a start-up often involves finding ways of getting the early adopters on-board and generating feedback to iterate the idea.
Grants of up to $2 million each for early stage cleantech startups and financing of $41 million to help growth stage companies in India announced.
A startup in China has hired a team of women as cheerleaders to motivate their (of course) mostly male developer team. W-T-actual-F.
Bluegape has a user-generated content creation model like that of Quora and a social media-oriented consumption model similar to that of BuzzFeed.
Nota combines a take-over-the-world mentality, honed in the US, with humble Kyoto roots.
The pain experienced in his personal life was enough to convince Fazal Bahardeen that there was significant opportunity for his venture.
My first trip abroad alone was to Paris. I had just turned 20 and was excited about discovering a new city all on my own. I had read up about Paris before I lef...