Yat Siu thinks that serial entrepreneurs are a special breed - people who have many ideas, and are “easily distracted.”
The company has a presence in 200 cities and will tap into the rural market with fresh funding. It aims to expand its reach four-fold.
TradeHero lets users trade virtual money based on real-world stock market data. CEO Dinesh Bhatia takes the stage in Singapore to share his story.
It can be hard for startups to get face time with VCs. TIA’s Investor Speed Dating and Office Hour tracks give them the chance to chat with the right people.
Positive demographics indicate that startups are poised to take off down under.
Technical advice from the experts.
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While Singapore is often thought to be the leading country when it comes to tech startups in Southeast Asia other countries are closing the gap fast.
Omise is partnering with local players in different countries to provide diverse payment methods for merchants of all sizes and resolve one of the main pain-points for ecommerce in the region.
China's online P2P lending market continues to grow, and it broke a new record for total deal volume in April. Guess how many billion the monthly P2P lending market is worth now!
A survey conducted by the ACWF found that the more couples use smartphones in the evening, the less happy their marriages are.
Rahul Yadav who had called his investors “intellectually incapable” in his resignation, has now apologized to the investors.
More money to help get stuff done.
Moving closer to Shenzhen, China's manufacturing hub, made sourcing a breeze for this startup.
Investments in startups in the region are heating up, and we’ve seen VCs pour money into a variety of companies at different stages. Naturally, we’ve also seen some deals hit a snag.
Eticketing site Traveloka gets very little public attention. But based on user growth and market conditions, it may become Indonesia’s first billion-dollar startup.
A translated excerpt from an internal speech given by Alibaba chairman and founder Jack Ma, in which he talks about how Alibaba's top employees got to where they are.