Chinese startups and VCs say there are lots of good reasons why it's more convenient now to fundraise in RMB, not USD.
Indian payments firms are making it easier for users to complete transactions. But security remains a key issue in a country where fraud is prevalent.
Indian counterparts to Amazon and Uber are desperately hiring top rung Indian talent from the US in the hope they will keep them in the race which has escalated...
Demographics and income suggest the market is ready. However, startups are struggling to really take off.
The average mobile startup that's a tech unicorn is now valued at US$9.3 billion, says a new report from Digi-Capital.
Gabriel Fong is a Singapore national who had a long career at Wall Street investment banking giants. He walked away from it all to work on startups.
StartupEast has a unique program. Startups divide their time between Israel and Southeast Asia, and only ventures eyeing Asian markets are welcome to apply.
Bangalore-based food portal Delight Foods allows users to buy famous Indian food brands from across the country.
Anton Lucanus may be just fresh out of university, but his portal Neliti has the ambition to transform Indonesia’s research sector.
Here's three fintech startups that made it to RISE Hong Kong last week. Everybody loves fintech, but who's doing it?
Feeling sick but you’re not sure it’s worth the trip to the doctor, or you can’t afford to see one? This new service could help you.
Honestbee and RedMart are shaking up online groceries in Singapore. But their approaches are fundamentally different.
Mobkard, which initially focused on loyalty solutions for specific communities, is now available for use by any merchant.
Startup employees can get pretty anxious around M&As. Here’s how startups can save them from anxiety attacks.
Entrepreneur Farhan Masood overcame several personal challenges to build a world-class company.
The Philippines is building innovation hubs to grow its startup ecosystem. But is this enough?
Consumers might perceive them as simple convenience, but on the flipside, these apps can and do dramatically improve the livelihood of vendors.
With 12 million people entering India's job market every year, the nation's recruitment space requires some serious disruption.