iGrow won US$10,000 and got their startup’s legacy engraved on our Startup Asia Champion’s trophy, which they took home tonight.
The site’s founder, Nas Zakaria, was inspired by the chore of actually finding a domestic helper and realizing how disorganized most agencies are.
Playroll.me gives you the scoop on Hong Kong's newest events and lets users name their price for tickets.
Around seven million deaths in 2012 resulted from air pollution exposure. The home is not a shelter from all this.
Japan's Arcterus has combined old school research methods with digital technology to integrate online and offline learning.
While this is relatively uncharted territory in Asia, the trail has long since been blazed in the US by online services like LegalZoom and Rocket Lawyer.
Andreas Senjaya entered the stage at Startup Arena Jakarta 2014 to share his vision about Indonesia’s future of farming and entrepreneurship. Senjaya’s startup iGrow provides a system for the supervis...
Travel startup Triip, which won Tech in Asia's first ever Startup Arena battle in Ho Chi Minh City, battles again at Startup Asia Jakarta.
People laughed when he started an e-ticketing startup in Pakistan. Now it’s the go-to place for movie, bus, and event tickets
Little did Faizan Aslam know when he decided to take his young bride to a movie that the experience would lead him to his startup, BookMe - an online ticket booking portal for movies, events, and bus ...
The highlight of our Startup Asia conference is the Arena, which showcases interesting startups tackling unique problems in unique ways. Here are the 9 finalists.
Taiwan's EZTable gets the Startup Arena trophy for its restaurant reservation app.
Moneytree wants to help ‘appwardly mobile consumers’ wrangle their personal finances (#StartupAsia Arena)
Moneytree is already pre-installed on all of the iPhones in Apple Japan's retail stores - but will the Arena judges want to install it on theirs?
The Taipei-based restaurant reservation startup pitched in front of a panel of investors at Tech in Asia's Startup Asia Tokyo 2014
Capy replaces Captcha gibberish with puzzles that any human can solve – but computers can’t (#StartupAsia Arena)
Capy took the stage at Startup Arena Tokyo to pitch its safer, easier version of Captcha.
Even established messaging apps like Viber have been using content from PicoCandy.
With simultaneous A/B testing, Kaizen crowdsources solutions to optimizing conversion rates.
Appota debuts its new onClan app at Startup Asia’s Startup Arena competition. The app is a social mobile gaming platform that allows users to interact around their favorite mobile games.
Social wealth management startup 8 Securities builds trust in Japan, sets eyes on China (#StartupAsia Arena)
8 Securities took the stage at Startup Asia Tokyo 2014 to pitch in the Startup Arena competition.