The startup partners with local grocery stores to take their inventory online, and helps customer in the locality order from those stores.
Paytm has 100 million active users for its wallet. It claims to carry out 75 million transactions every month.
Rather than make it a standalone app that people would have to download, they created the Laiye concierge as a brand account inside the WeChat messaging app.
Unlike Facebook M, Helpchat wants to take a hyperlocal approach to personal assistance with running errands.
Express Bike Wash says its machine can do complex washes in a matter of minutes, and is now leaping into Jakarta’s vibrant and growing motorbike market.
The Japanese company behind fashion ecommerce darling Zozotown is leading this investment round.
The little telco that could is getting a new boost to enable small cell LTE technology and competitive mobile data bundles.
The Singaporean startup is also considering some acqui-hires to fuel expansion.
Collaboration and project management tool Teambition has secured US$12 million in series B funding, the startups has revealed.
This is Practo’s fourth acquisition after it secured a blockbuster funding of $90 million led by Tencent.
CrediHealth secures funding from Twitter India’s director of engineering Rajat Malhotra to tackle India’s economical but unstructured healthcare scene.
As markets across Asia grow faster than those in Europe and North America, brands are facing the quandary of not understanding what consumers in Asia want.
Local investments portal Stockbit just topped up. Ideosource threw down the cash as part of the nation’s push to create five million retail investors by 2017.
Rocket Internet’s ecommerce store Daraz revealed today that it has secured its first ever funding round.
GameXS gets funded after a rise in traction, aims to make gaming more affordable and accessible.
Several funds and accelerators have come up to support startups solving the problem of excessive pesticides in Indian farms. The latest to get funded is VillFar...
Lippo Digital Ventures will give the four-year-old startup expert advisors as it seeks to expand out of Indonesia to Southeast Asia.
CanvasFlip, recently funded for US$1.2 million, helps users create clickable prototypes of their app or website.
After pumping up its numbers, the Manila-based app for clubbers and night owls joins 500 Startups’ investment portfolio.
The site features real-life weddings where couples share pictures of their wedding in a story format and tag relevant vendors.