Popular in Japan and elsewhere in Asia, ChatWork was an early mover in the enterprise social network space. It focuses on SMEs rather than tech-savvy startups.
The Tokyo-based Bitcoin exchange will use the latest investment for marketing, hiring, and overseas expansion.
The funding round will strengthen Lancers’ business partnerships and put the company in a stronger position to win freelancers outside of Tokyo.
Yet another Japanese web company made a big vote of confidence in Southeast Asia today as GMO Internet Group ploughed series A funding into Dragonpay.
Far greater companies have tried and failed.
GMO Internet Group is the Japan leader for online payments, web hosting, cloud storage, online security, and domain names.
FreakOut's DSP platform matches brands with the most effective advertising spot for each impression by utilizing a massive amount of stored audience data.
“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.
Thailand-based entrepreneurial group Ardent Capital has wrapped up its first round of external funding. No funding amount has been revealed, but the investors are Siemer Ventures (USA), Recruit Strate...
Japan’s GMO Venture Partners launches USD12M fund for Southeast Asia; makes first investment in region
The newest fund, GMO VP III, focuses on advertising, ecommerce, payment processing, and smartphone services in Southeast Asia.
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 opportunities in the Southeast Asia region. The grou...