Founder Teerachart “Max” Kortrakul admits they are leaning towards the former at the moment - a task that East Ventures would certainly be able to help in accomplishing.
Known for investing in more mature companies, CyberAgent Ventures in stepping into an increasingly crowded seed funding community in Japan.
Some investors see Indonesia as the land of opportunity. Check out this panel at Startup Asia Jakarta 2014 to better understand the archipelago’s potential.
HarukaEdu, an Indonesian startup focused on online education, announced a series A investment of an undisclosed amount from Japan-based CyberAgent Ventures earlier today. The company released a statem...
The company wants to let you rent any space, anywhere.
Coda Payments announced new partnerships this morning with several Southeast Asian telcos. The mobile payment company’s fresh roster of partners includes Globe Telecom in the Philippines, Indosat and ...
Indonesian smartphone news reader app Kurio announced today it received series A investment of an undisclosed amount from Japanese venture capital firm CyberAgent Ventures and an unnamed group of ange...
The cash will be used for marketing and tech development as well.
VIP Plaza is moving really fast in Indonesia. In just six months, the team has grown to a 75-man team. And they’re still aggressively hiring for more talents.
Hear from Batara Eto, co-founder and managing partner at East Ventures, Tatsuo Tsutsumi, partner at Gree Ventures, Tommy Matsuo, director of Transcosmos Thailand, Yasuhiko Yurimoto, founder and CEO at...
As the saying goes, it’s always wise to follow the money, and this is only one of many reasons why Southeast Asia is such an incredibly hot region now
Hayagushi will be giving a keynote speech at Tech in Asia's upcoming Startup Asia Tokyo 2014 on September 3-4.
Investors are quick to show interest in Indonesia, but very few actually decide to jump in with both feet, as the country poses a high risk, high reward value proposition. Nevermind the buzzwords and ...
CyberAgent Ventures announces $50 million fund for seed and early stage funding.
An ecommerce service provider aCommerce has just closed its series A venture capital round of US$10.7 million.
Japanese 3D printing service Kabuku has announced $2 million in series A funding led by CyberAgent Ventures.
Tokyo-based online education startup Mana.bo is aiming to disrupt Japan’s deeply entrenched juku market by moving lessons online.
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