Machine translations services like Google Translate, which one might presume to be Flitto's biggest competitors, are actually Flitto's biggest customers.
How do you get your app pre-installed on almost every Samsung Galaxy device sold in East Asia? Easy: you work at Samsung for 10 years first, of course!
Simplilearn has become a major online certification website that’s trained over 200,000 professionals and is adding another 10,000 per month.
This new game is about falling down a hole. You might be shocked to learn that it was inspired by the creator's real-life, terrifying, painful accident.
This Pakistani startup has just lured in a former Rocket Internet executive as it plots a roadmap to expansion.
This location-based dating app for gay men, called Blued, is making noise and gaining attention as one of China’s most interesting new startups.
When Luxola first started, there were months where founder and CEO Alexis Horowitz-Burdick could not pay herself or her team, as there was no predictability and stability in the business at that point...
This entrepreneur ditched Japan’s stodgy salaryman culture for India’s wild west – and he’s never going back
Most people like to run away from problems. Not Sho Nakanose. This Japanese entrepreneur likes to run into problems. And he finds plenty of them in India.
This startup saw a hot trend emerging in China and how perfect an opportunity it would be.
A few years back, this trio of wizards from Bangalore didn't have enough money for plane tickets. Now, they power the ecommerce engines of CTrip, Yintai, Tmart, and more.
Tech In Asia takes a closer look at the detailed history of the founding and success of VietnamWorks. The company sold for about $22 million after 10 years.
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When Lunch Actually co-founder and CEO Violet Lim graduated with a law degree from the University of Manchester and a masters degree from London School of Economics, she was expected to take the usual...
Brian Lim was destined by the system as a bottom feeder in Singapore. But now, he is kickstarting Australia's space industry.
Infoteria founder and CEO Pina Hirano is the nail that stuck out - but refused to get hammered down.
Subhendu Panigrahi, co-founder of Indian company Venturesity, is the ultimate connector startups look for when they want to hire techies.
Startup on top, corporate on bottom: how a Singaporean company stays agile in China’s complex payments sector
This startup-on-top, corporate-on-bottom style makes the company efficient, productive, and agile enough to keep competition at bay.
To a tech savvy Chinese person, the release of Smartisan T1 wasn’t really about another Android smartphone.