Malaysia-based iPrice, a site that aggregates a multitude of ecommerce sites in Southeast Asia into a single shopping destination, raises funds from Asia Venture Group for expansion.
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The Malaysian startup is working with Asian artists to provide a convenient and affordable service.
The platform connects people with learning centers and instructors who teach classes ranging from academics to health and wellness, sports, and recreational activities.
Jobbatical might just be the startup to kickstart a new generation of globetrotting tech talent.
The Malaysian company is set to expand its network and regional reach with a boost from Cradle Fund.
As the Chair of ASEAN this year, Malaysia’s aim is to unite the region under the motto "Our People, Our Community, Our Vision.”
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While Singapore is often thought to be the leading country when it comes to tech startups in Southeast Asia other countries are closing the gap fast.
Investments in startups in the region are heating up, and we’ve seen VCs pour money into a variety of companies at different stages. Naturally, we’ve also seen some deals hit a snag.
The Malaysian startup aims for the world stage.
In particular, a new four-seater category called GrabCar (Economy) will be added at a cheaper price point.
These startups are trailblazing the global Muslim market and helping to lay the seeds for companies to thrive in this space for generations to come.
The service will be launching throughout 2015 in key Southeast Asian territories.
Across Asia, there are a number of relatively new phone brands playing to their strengths in home markets, aiming to steal sales away from Samsung.
Hong Kong-based financial comparison site CompareAsiaGroup today announced it raised $40M in series A funding led by Goldman Sachs and Nova Founders Capital.