Tokyo Digital Music Syndicates wants to make pressing a limited-run LP easy and affordable for indie artists and small record labels. But that's just the start.
The four-year-old startup claims to have two million products across categories like clothing, handicrafts, jewellery, and art from 12,000 artisans and will use the capital for scaling up.
Books are expensive commodities in Pakistan. Bookworm wants to level the playing field.
Lab equipment is mostly imported and hard to come by in Indonesia, a problem which new online retailer LabSatu wants to solve.
The shift to mobile-only is optional for now, but an Alibaba representative tells Tech in Asia that two million merchants have already opted for this.
Ensogo CEO Kris Marszalek believes that this will help the ecommerce firm become the dominant flash sales player in Southeast Asia.
If you’re one of those girls who have a wardrobe full of clothes but nothing they’d wear, here’s a solution for you.
Daily deals and discount products site Evoucher from Indonesia announces pre-series A funding from a Korean company in the gaming industry.
Japanese ecommerce titan Rakuten this morning announced that it’s taken a less than 10 percent stake in Chinese online shopping discounts site Fanli.
Michelle Phan shot to fame with her make-up tutorials on YouTube. Now she's a startup powerhouse. Her next move is going from the US to Asia.
Ganji and 58.com have both signed a memorandum of understanding and are expected to officially announce the merger as early as today.
Jakarta-based Jualo is going up against OLX Indonesia. It just pulled in funds from Mountain Kejora and Indonesia's new investment firm Alpha JWC Ventures.
The acquisition of EasyPrep will add K-12 (kinder garden to 12th grade) exam preparation solution to its portfolio.
The services marketplace scene is heating up in India with most marquee early stage investors taking a bet on the space.
The company aims to expand its presence by 2X to reach 200 cities and localize experiences.
Every 4 minutes, a life is lost in an accident on India’s streets. This startup wants to change that
Bangalore-based Drivekool wants to ensure stringent driving practices, similar to US standards.