Rocket Internet churned out a new startup today with the launch of Everjobs. It’s a jobs classifieds site that launches first in Sri Lanka and Myanmar.
Google is today rolling out support for the Burmese language in Gmail. Users in Myanmar can now find an option for their language in Gmail’s settings pane.
As with fundings done by Rocket Internet into its homegrown startups, the investment demonstrates its confidence in Carmudi.
At the start, the founder wasn’t even sure how startups worked - things such as “funding” and “culture” were a vague notion to him.
For Asia, Lamudi records the biggest number of property listings in Indonesia and Pakistan.
The World Bank estimates that the unmet funding needs of small and medium-sized enterprises in these frontier markets comes to US$1.1 trillion.
According to the founder of MyanmarCarsDB, even his own parents didn’t think the business would survive in the early days.
We look at the biggest stories in 2014 for Southeast Asia's startup scene, and what it means for the year ahead.
Myanmar now has an ecommerce marketplace. A Rocket Internet executive explains why the German startup dynamo wants to be "the Amazon of frontier markets."
MyanmarCarsDB and iMyanamarHouse got an undisclosed amount of funding from Malaysia’s Frontier Digital Ventures.
The free Android-only app claims to give its users “up to 50 percent more use out of their data plans."
Like in any other country in Asia, taking note of nuances can help you prosper locally.
It secured US$150,000 in funding from Sweden- and Singapore-based angel investor Bilbros just last week.
Myanmar’s first RPG, DarkEnd, was published a couple of weeks ago. Here’s what you need to know about it.
The future may be bright, but the circumstances just aren't as favorable right now.
Myanmar has an active game development scene, and here's what you need to know about it.