This Chinese SaaS startup aims to be a one-stop shop for other startups on the road to success.
Investment round led by Vostok Nafta and Piton Capital.
Several agricultural institutes in the country have set up incubators to commercialize technology innovation in the space.
Americans spent approximately US$23.5 billion in mobile phone repairs over the past seven years. And that’s just one market.
The platform has been around since late last year, and is looking to capitalize on user-generated content combined with Emtek’s media reach in the archipelago.
Everyone's short on cash every now and then. With Pinjam, Indonesians can trade motorcycles or laptops for a quick cash boost.
"It's always been our philosophy that associate and junior folks look to start their own companies down the road," says founding partner Kuo-Yi Lim.
Malaysia-based iPrice, a site that aggregates a multitude of ecommerce sites in Southeast Asia into a single shopping destination, raises funds from Asia Venture Group for expansion.
Launched in March 2011, Tumblebug uses a Kickstarter-like model to host crowdfunding projects by visual artists, designers, musicians, and filmmakers.
CEO and mentors announced as the fintech startup accelerator gears up for September kickoff.
The Chinese market is massive, and for the right companies, it can be massively profitable. But in this age of internet globalization we have seen many successful foreign companies enter China with th...
From language lessons to furniture assembly, Anytimes helps locals connect with each other to complete odd jobs for extra income.
Previous startups have gone on to secure seed funding and enter into strategic partnerships.
Free Internet, but only for three hours. And please buy our phones.
Want some face time with IBM? The tech giant will be heading to Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta next month. Find out how you can benefit from this meetup.
A Taiwan-based startup is taking esoteric paleographic research and making it accessible to Chinese language learners. Trust us, it's a big deal.
These user experience geeks from Indonesia are working on the ultimate productivity app. Would you use it?
Entrepreneurs Ata Kirmani and Anas Riasat want to venture where no one has before.