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.
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.
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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The Malaysian startup aims for the world stage.
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.
How Khailee Ng built and exited two different tech companies in Malaysia before the age of 30, and took the reigns of 500 Startups in Southeast Asia.
Ensogo CEO Kris Marszalek believes that this will help the ecommerce firm become the dominant flash sales player in Southeast Asia.
If you’re one of those girls who have a wardrobe full of clothes but nothing they’d wear, here’s a solution for you.
It intends to raise up to A$12million (US$9.4 million).
Coming from AirAsia X, Azran Osman-Rani wants to shake up the internet TV space in Southeast Asia.
Founded by husband-and-wife team Sean and Jesmine Tan, Applecrumby & Fish caters to parents who want only safe and natural products for their babies.
On Tuesday, five aspiring startups stepped onstage at Impact Hub Kuala Lumpur’s brand-new event space to test their mettle.
The inflow of fresh capital will help continue the upward trajectory that Ensogo CEO Kris Marszalek claims it is on.
With seven co-founders and pre series A cash in hand, HappyFresh aims to change the way people stock their cupboards by avoiding traffic in Southeast Asia.