2014 turned out to be quite a mixed bag for Malaysia’s startup community, but several startups have proven themselves to be a step above the rest.
Modernizing online forums.
Cradle will be investing in three to 10 local tech startups with each partner over the next two years - to the tune of MYR 500,000 (US$150,000) apiece.
According to Socialwalk COO Eileen Feng, they didn’t start off providing business matching services, but chanced upon the idea years later.
Crystal Horse has invested in Lenza, Travelog, Tripzilla, and Kluje.
Even among funded startups, the odds of you getting a decent exit are pretty low.
The market rate for a standard website terms of service stands at about S$3,000 (US$2,400), which is a fortune to fresh entrepreneurs.
The idea for Style Tribute was born from Crespin’s passion for vintage and unique designer pieces.
With painful delivery experiences in mind, this founder decided to tackle the problem by creating her own on-demand courier service.
Thailand-based online real estate search startup HipFlat has successfully raised $335,000 from various international investors including Singapore-based early stage funds Crystal Horse Investments and...
Nexx Studio is a Kuala Lumpur-based iOS game developer, with titles like Pig Shot, Glow Puzzle (which just broke 5 million downloads), and The Idiot Test 3 among its most well-known creations. Founded...
We’re seeing a great proliferation in online marketplaces in Asia this year, and here’s another one that’s blossoming. Singapore-based EatAds is a marketplace for the buying and selling of outdoor adv...
After receiving little love from investors, LoveByte, which launched a private social network for lovers, has received a 6-figure seed funding from Crystal Horse Investments and Ruvento Ventures.
The Singaporean is now working on a startup that he hopes can stand toe-to-toe with Google.
FashionSpace, a Singapore-based social publishing platform for fashion, has received a six-figure investor from existing backer Crystal Horse Investments (CHI) and a private investor, it announced on ...
Not lacking self-confidence, this entrepreneur is betting that his startup will become the next big thing on the Internet.
The Bootcamp is a technology startup accelerator program in Singapore (part of the Global Accelerator Network) where participants build a prototype within 100 days. Demo Day was on 4th May, 2012. Vinn...