Skyland Ventures and East Ventures welcomed startups and VC to the opening of their new space in Tokyo’s Shibuya ward.
The Surabaya-based media portal is now geared toward a younger demographic. It runs native ads and sponsored posts like Buzzfeed in Indonesia.
It may look like a playful vending machine, but this last mile delivery startup is actually a super sensible logistics solution for a chaotic city like Jakarta....
With new investors on board, the startup aims to grab a bigger piece of the maintenance, repair, and operational goods market. Its Japanese backers are bullish.
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-poi...
Kudo sells products online via physical kiosks in public places. It accepts cash and just grabbed fresh funds for a local expansion from four investors.
Indonesian coffee geeks rejoice! Otten Coffee, an up-and-coming one-stop online shop for all things coffee just got funded.
The new firm is headed by Aswin Utomo of Indonesia’s AdaDiskon. WhatWeLike aims to let users socialize and discover the hot fashion items in the archipelago.
Blisby has seen some incredible traction in past months, and so getting a stellar line-up of investors onboard was a piece of cake.
7 startups pitched for a free trip to Tech in Asia Singapore 2015 on May 6 and 7. Talkpush ultimately took home the grand prize.
There's a vacuum in Southeast Asia for ecommerce cashback sites. Shopback wants to fill it up.
Rocket Internet enters the online wedding market with an investment in Indonesia’s Bridestory. The online giant says an international expansion is next.
East Ventures' Southeast Asian fund and serial entrepreneur Edgar Chiu will help VideoSelfie increase its presence in Android-obsessed SEA.
The startup helps small-medium businesses and accountants come together in a shared online ledger, and it just bagged seed funding from an aggressive local VC.
“As of today, we’re averaging between 120 to 150 job requests a day, with a total of close to 4,000,” says co-founder Jeffri Cheong.
Online recruitment has remain unchanged for years. Glints wants to change that, and in the process impact higher education too.
"By championing more local players, some of whom are not able to reach the masses easily, we are able to offer a far greater array of products then the current ...
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 accom...
CEO Kendrick Wong tells Tech in Asia that the speedy closing of the round, which took just a month, was not by chance.