Who woulda thought? Octagon, a creative technology startup from Bandung makes augmented reality apps to compete with the big guys.
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A few weeks ago Tech in Asia covered the series A funding round of social app Yogrt. It raised US$3 million from Centurion Private Equity and Linear Venture. I ...
With soaring smartphone penetration in emerging markets, the ad industry is about to change. PopSlide gives away free internet in countries like Indonesia.
Bulletinboard is a brand new mobile app that lets teachers and parents communicate instantly about students’ progress. Here’s how it hopes to school them.
Go-Jek’s Nadiem Makarim says logistics is the key to everything. Here’s the backstory on one of Indonesia’s hottest tech startups and its CEO.
Kudo is part of a new breed of tech companies that is taking hold in developing Asia. They operate with agent networks to make online transactions easy for ever...
Indonesia (and perhaps any developing countries in Asia) is a superstitious country. Even though the majority of Indonesian are Moslems, and Islam is condemning...
The deal is part of Global Health and Travel’s bid to strengthen its foothold in Asia, ramp up its mobile offerings, and become more than just a media firm.
Moxy is now part of the Ardent family, but the company’s original founder Shannon Kalayanamitr is still driving the brand’s vision.
Energy saving isn’t as difficult as it sounds. Sometimes all it takes is to paint a roof white.
At Tokopedia’s 6th birthday, the startup revealed it’s now collaborating with Go-Jek. This could be the beginning of a strong partnership.
With an expanded business model, the cloud-based HR software company now aims to serve large corporates as well as Indonesian SMEs.
Popular shopping marketplace Tokopedia has come a long way since it was founded by two first-time entrepreneurs.
Marc Uthay and Christian Csermak set out to Southeast Asia to make a dent in the eyewear industry.
Go-Jek’s fleet of motorcycle drivers is swelling up to 20,000. That’s more drivers than the largest taxi company currently has in Jakarta.
The fledgling startup wants car owners, renters, and drivers to find each other and strike deals in Indonesia. It’s using tourist-laden Bali as a petri dish.
Dating apps usually aren’t so attractive to investors. Yogrt, which mixes dating with gaming, is an outlier.
It may look like a playful vending machine, but this last mile delivery startup is actually a super sensible logistics solution for a chaotic city like Jakarta....
Agriculture plays a big role in Southeast Asian economies. It's no surprise entrepreneurs are getting into agritech.