A former investment banker, he developed a strong network in the banking space and financial industry, which he used to his advantage when building the exchange.
A startup of the "execution first" variety is importing a hot model for dating apps to Hong Kong.
China's e-commerce giant wants to help young entrepreneurs in the fragrant harbour.
Freightos is injecting some much needed exigency into the sector. It’s the first company in the world to offer instant quotes for end-to-end freight shipping.
Apple reveals record revenues and profits in newest financial report. A great deal of the growth was driven by soaring demand in China for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Animoca Brands lists on ASX and now seeks funds to continue development and publishing of games in 2015.
While chemical detection methods used by other labs only detect up to 10 toxins at a time, Vitargent claims its biological method detects up to 1,000.
CTO Juniman Kasman argues Nexusguard is a much more feature-rich and robust solution than CloudFlare and other competitors.
At Tech in Asia, we are serious about unearthing the best startups across Asia. Apart from having great writers scattered across the region, writing about new innovations from Indonesia and Hong Kong,...
The social startup led by HKUST graduates nabs a minor boost to jumpstart growth.
When it comes to Bitcoin, I’ve always been an outsider looking in. Living in China, government crackdowns have made the cryptocurrency largely inaccessible, so I’ve been content to sit on the sideline...
Uber is trying something new in Hong Kong today with the launch of UberCARGO. It’s a world-first debut for UberCARGO.
Even though the business model is the same, WeLend marketing manager Rachel Lam says Hong Kong and mainland China are two very different markets.
For all the hype around ecommerce, most sales still happen at brick-and-mortar stores. Here's a way of shopping that combines both online and offline.
The race to provide Asia with on-demand, intra-city deliveries heats up.
Break out the coffee and energy drinks, an ecommerce-focused hackathon with huge rewards will pass through four Asian cities in 2015.
Investor-turned-entrepreneur Gabriel Fong of GoGoVan founded an accelerator in Hong Kong this year with two Indian technologists. It’s now in India looking for entrepreneurs.
Simply put, a shared bill is a royal pain in the butt to settle.