It intends to raise up to A$12million (US$9.4 million).
Banks are feeling the heat from tech startups, which are working on various alternatives to traditional banking. Some banks are not taking it sitting down.
Coming from AirAsia X, Azran Osman-Rani wants to shake up the internet TV space in Southeast Asia.
When it comes to Malaysia’s business environment, one company certainly warrants attention. AirAsia is one of the country’s biggest success stories, with a turbulent history spanning almost 20 years. ...
At an event today in Singapore, Samsung revealed launch dates for the new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge phones across Asia.
Duriana gets ammunition to compete with Carousell.
Maybank wants in on fintech. It's partnering with a Malaysian accelerator to get access to innovative ideas.
US$100 phones used to be awful. The original Xiaomi Redmi changed that when it appeared in 2013. But can the new Redmi 2 still compete in 2015?
On Tuesday, five aspiring startups stepped onstage at Impact Hub Kuala Lumpur’s brand-new event space to test their mettle.
Rocket Internet’s Amazon-esque Lazada saw more than US$350 million in consumer purchases in 2014.
The inflow of fresh capital will help continue the upward trajectory that Ensogo CEO Kris Marszalek claims it is on.
Rocket Internet’s online food ordering service Foodpanda revealed today that it has secured US$110 million in funding – far and away its biggest investment to date.
With seven co-founders and pre series A cash in hand, HappyFresh aims to change the way people stock their cupboards by avoiding traffic in Southeast Asia.
Like its American counterpart, the video-on-demand startup will offer unlimited access to TV shows and movies from all over the world - with a twist.
The investment will go towards strengthening its position as category leader in Malaysia, and expanding to two other countries in Southeast Asia.
Rocket Internet's price comparison search engine PricePanda has new funding - and today it also acquired a rival Australian site.
The attraction with Braintree's v.zero software development kit (SDK) lies in its ease of use. Developers can integrate the tool seamlessly into their app just by copying and pasting code.