The localized content provider hopes to dethrone Google Play on Android in Indonesia, and it just got a fresh hit of capital from a Japanese VC firm.
Grofers riders zip around on two-wheelers picking up goods from local retailers and delivering them to customers, while the app tracks orders.
The rapid increase in smartphone usage is driving traction for TinyOwl and other food ordering apps, which busy professionals in urban India find very useful.
The 10-month old company has netted its second funding round and serves 600,000 users.
500 Startups claims to be the first major accelerator and seed stage investor from Silicon Valley to set up shop in South Korea.
SquadRun gets mobile ‘players’ to do crowdsourced jobs, bags funding from founders of Zomato, Slideshare
It’s a business model that seems well-suited for a large, increasingly mobile population in India. Companies like Freecharge, which rewards users for using the platform to top-up their phones, have sh...
This bro-sis duo returned to India to bring ecommerce to industrial buyers, and they just raised $2M
From hydraulic grinders to boring bars, industries large and small can get their supplies online on IndustryBuying.com, instead of doing the rounds of wholesale hardware markets.
Crevo hit the black last year but founder Kensuke Shibata says the team left money on the table. He expects revenue to quadruple this year.
Additionally, McClure gave pointers on how to build a startup, invest wisely, and build a startup ecosystem.
It has been a year since the 500 Startups Japan office closed, but Dave McClure thinks it might be time to change that.
Although HomeLane features an online 3D planning tool to help visualize what your decorated home might look like, much of the startup’s service happens offline.
SAIF Partners and global not-for-profit Accion invested US$1 million into Aye Finance, which loans capital to startups and other young enterprises, little served by traditional banks and other lenders...
This space startup has raised some dough from some heavyweight Japanese investors.
Stayzilla has something for every traveler: from hotels, homestays, and peer-to-peer rentals a la Airbnb to guest houses, jungle lodges, and boat houses.
US investors, including Scott Nolan of Founders Fund and Sam Altman of Silicon Valley startup accelerator Y Combinator, participated in this funding round.
Uber may be dogged by controversies around the world, but there is no let-up in enthusiasm from investors for the taxi app. The latest funding brings Uber’s series E round to a whopping total of $2.8 ...
In the last three years, close to a hundred Philippine startups have received funding from investors and these startups are leading the way in innovation.
The Japanese chat app continues to flesh out its lifestyle services suite.