The company provides bio-degradable products to tanneries and textile industries in 13 countries.
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Valadoo was an early mover in Indonesia’s online travel sector, yet it could not gain the traction it needed. There was one major stumbling block along the way.
The US-based cab aggregator is reeling after allegations that one of its Delhi drivers tried to forcibly kiss a female passenger.
The three-month-old startup’s marketplace also provides services like free vehicle buying consulting including valuation, paper transfer, loan assistance, insur...
Media executive Faisal Sherjan joins the startup to lead strategy and chart future growth.
CyberAgent Ventures raises new $50M fund for startups in Southeast Asia, opens co-working space in Jakarta
CyberAgent Ventures has just announced a new $50M fund with more than 50 percent earmarked for Indonesia. Showcases new space in “Slipicon Valley.”
Aprameya Radhakrishna will be involved in advising the on-demand app as it expands.
AdsOptimal has been a journey from the east to the west for its founder.
The money will go towards Glamrs, a beauty portal that wants to find India’s Michelle Phan.
Besides live classes, it provides coaching through animated videos, unlimited tests, homework help forums, and more.
The new feature, Shun Feng Che, will focus on urban commuters starting in Beijing and roll out to 26 cities by the end of this month.
India is Uber’s largest market outside its home country. Uber appointed Amit Jain, a former Rent executive, to lead the way.
Lvmama, a Chinese tourism booking site, has received RMB 500 million (US$80 million) in series E funding from Jinjiang International Group.
Klook, which is based in Hong Kong, focuses on selling travel experiences and packages in Southeast Asian tourist hotspots.
If you’re looking for the entrepreneur who could create the next billion-dollar startup in Southeast Asia, look no further than this list.
Apart from helping users design their own apparels, sell them and make money, this Bengaluru-based startup also raises money for a social cause.
Tripda sees a lot of potential in the Philippines, where traffic is inefficient and untapped demand is huge as seen in the overwhelming lines at train stations ...
With its trading competitions, the Singapore startup familiarizes users with trading in the real world.