Each of these companies, born after 1980, have a market cap that's over US$1 billion. How many do you recognize?
Japan's GMO Payment Gateway has doubled-down on its investment in Neweb, and plans to bring the Taiwanese company to Japan's market.
The investment will further solidify GMO as a leader in the Asian payments ecosystem - but western competitors are encroaching.
GMO’s market expansion was inevitable. Now Southeast Asia will meet a new billion dollar Japanese company.
GMO Internet Group is the Japan leader for online payments, web hosting, cloud storage, online security, and domain names.
GMO Internet Group online payment service provider, GMO Payment Gateway Inc. has announced the Thai launch of its of global payment processing service, GMO-PG G...
“Why can’t small printing companies get printing orders in a more efficient manner?” Matsumoto, founder of Raksul.com thought.
Japan’s Kaizen is the startup behind A/B testing software planBCD and it isn’t like any other A/B testing software in the market today.
This startup lets users mix and match their favorite outfits, and is making money without selling a thing
“I’m in a business that I love. I love fashion and technology. I can’t ask for more,” said Kanayama, co-founder of iQon.
Thanks to Alexei Polyakov over at Analytica1st.com for pointing out this great presentation from the folks at GMO Internet (TYO:9449)  about the Japanese gam...
Japan’s GMO VenturePartners is today announcing the launch of a one billion yen (or about $12 million) venture fund that will see the firm focus on opportunitie...