The Singapore-based VC is building up its Southeast Asia portfolio with new and old startups in ecommerce, marketplaces, and mobile services.
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Could the startup also alleviate vehicle insurance companies’ headaches?
The Malaysian startup curates tech people and lets recruiters compete in a weekly changing talent pool. It’s now building tribes in Singapore and Thailand.
Ever since Magic launched in the US and grabbed headlines, startups around the world have been evolving and adapting the idea of a mobile butler service.
Being based in London, there is always some surprise in the finance community when I start my speech talking about Malaysia. I guess they expect me to promote t...
The company will use the funds from Shanghai-based Gobi Partners to establish offices outside its home market Malaysia and neighboring Singapore.
Wobb offers users a peek into what they’ll likely experience in their new workplace.
Slurp’s iPad point-of-sale system allows food retailers to manage their menu and store sales information in the cloud.
Users share updates, photos, and links, just like they do on Facebook. But on Gaption, they’re monetizing their time.
Malaysia-based automotive portal Carsome today announced it has raised US$350,000 in seed funding.
“It’s like a man riding a lion. People think, ‘This guy’s brave.’ And he’s thinking, ‘How the hell did I get on a lion, and how do I keep from getting eaten?” T...
Speedrent connects landlords directly with renters for faster and less costly transactions.
500 Startups and Malaysian partner MaGIC unveil the first batch of seven startups that will undergo the 10-week Distro Dojo growth program in Cyberjaya.
Hi TIA Community, I’m Cheryl Yeoh, an entrepreneur “on hiatus” and CEO of the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC). MaGIC is an agency mandat...
This first batch is comprised of 52 startups focusing on ASEAN and 25 social enterprises that will build their businesses in Cyberjaya over the next four months...
It’s been more than half a year since I hailed AgilityIO as one of the top 18 Malaysian startups poised to breakout in 2015. Now that I’ve joined this rocket sh...
Consumers might perceive them as simple convenience, but on the flipside, these apps can and do dramatically improve the livelihood of vendors.
The Malaysian startup wants to take advantage of the rapid growth it has seen in the past year.