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.
As with fundings done by Rocket Internet into its homegrown startups, the investment demonstrates its confidence in Carmudi.
With so much money going into the local tech scene, one wonders which Singapore-based internet companies are the grand winners in the race to get funded.
Lamudi’s global co-founder Kian Moini says the injection of funds is a great vote of confidence in Lamudi’s business model and speaks volumes about the demand that exists for online property search in...
Om nom nom! Foodpanda just snapped up six rival sites across seven countries in a huge acquisitions spree.
Tripda is aimed at people who want to fill an empty seat in the car for a long trip. But this isn’t exactly hitchhiking – money must change hands.
The team plans to expand into Indonesia and Philippines next, as well as grow the number of categories that they have.
This comes just two weeks after the two signed an agreement for a 50-50 venture for online and mobile payment solutions.
For Asia, Lamudi records the biggest number of property listings in Indonesia and Pakistan.
The companies take a big step towards their goal of becoming a strong contender in online payments in the region.
The taxi-hailing company bites the dust for the fifth time in Asia.
According to the founder of MyanmarCarsDB, even his own parents didn’t think the business would survive in the early days.
Before we turn the page to 2015, let’s take a refresher on events that made headlines in the Philippine tech and startup scenes this year.
Myanmar now has an ecommerce marketplace. A Rocket Internet executive explains why the German startup dynamo wants to be "the Amazon of frontier markets."
The Rocket Internet-backed taxi-hailing startup has exited three markets in Asia.
An Uber for cleaners is launching in Singapore.
Nearly five months after the initial tie-up in Singapore, today WeChat and EasyTaxi announced that its partnership is rolling out to Thailand, Malaysia, and the Philippines.
Foodpanda will launch in Surabaya in early 2015, according to managing director Sander Van Der Veen. This means that the food ordering service will be present in the majority of Indonesia’s biggest ci...