We’ve all heard of Flappy Bird – that mobile game with the little bird that flies between rows of green pipes. It became hugely popular in early 2014, and by th...
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The new startup lets Indonesians put their love for social commerce into a pocket-sized marketplace. It’s designed to complement Facebook and Twitter eshops.
Nice changes direction and broadens its horizon in an effort to attract more users and move beyond its homeland of China.
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Undaunted by existing players, the firm aims to capitalize on Indonesian businesses' demand for office supplies, electronics, and cleaning products.
Despite MERS scare, South Korea's premier accelerator attracts droves of entrepreneurs and investors to watch its latest graduating class.
Alibaba revealed this morning that it has invested an undisclosed sum into Chinese flash sales site Glamour Sales, which is also known as Mei.com.
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Zenatix’s backers include bigwigs like Google’s southeast Asia head Rajan Anandan, Snapdeal founders, and former UTC head Zubin Irani.
Muneeb Maayr doesn’t have the same background as most of his peers. That may prove to be the reason for his success.
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In the “Housing style” he picks up his marker to explain smallest of the details and fumbles to find alternative words to IIT-Bombay lingo *macha rahe hai* (mea...
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Xiaomi announces its half-yearly sales results in light of a slowed and increasingly commodified smartphone market.
With 12 million people entering India's job market every year, the nation's recruitment space requires some serious disruption.
The program will invest nearly US$50,000 into each of these startups without claiming any stake. It only takes equity if it funds at series A.