Convo's Shehryar Hydri speaks on what Pakistan needs to build a thriving ecosystem at Tech in Asia's first meetup in the country.
PawnHero, Southeast Asia’s first online pawnshop, seeks to solve the problem of expensive credit for base-of-the-pyramid consumers in emerging markets.
There are three ways in which founder Maheshswaran Suresh Kumar believes Sourceguru will do better than the incumbents.
SAIF Partners and global not-for-profit Accion invested US$1 million into Aye Finance, which loans capital to startups and other young enterprises, little serve...
Trip38, a Bangalore-based startup that is trying to make traveling less complicated just announced that it has raised INR 60 million (just under USD$1 million)...
Focusing on Android apps, this study shows which primary global app markets share similar characteristics and which ones have more unique consumer tastes.
Cricly, a new Android app, lets you look up live cricket scores on your phone’s lockscreen. This solves the hassle of locating an app each time you need a score...
Adways’ first foray overseas - to China in 2003 - stalled. It’s second push is in the black and starting to accelerate.
Stayzilla has something for every traveler: from hotels, homestays, and peer-to-peer rentals a la Airbnb to guest houses, jungle lodges, and boat houses.
Mixi spent $14.8 million on Muse & Co., a flash-sales fashion startup for Japanese women.
The bootstrapping startup provides small businesses with a powerful tool to manage all their social media accounts simultaneously.
At Tech in Asia, we’re always looking for that special startup – the ones with real innovation, a solid team, and tackling a market at the heel of a growth curv...
More disposable income is increasing the demand for luxury products in India, but access to luxury brands is limited. Snapdeal wants to change that equation.
Wooplr lets users discover fashion and food products they like, find what’s trending around them through photographs, and recommend those to their friends and t...
In the last three years, close to a hundred Philippine startups have received funding from investors and these startups are leading the way in innovation.
The Japanese chat app continues to flesh out its lifestyle services suite.
The founder was deeply impacted by the story of a young girl who had disguised herself as a boy for 12 years in order to be allowed to attend school.
Printing is not a hot sector, but Raksul’s growth is turning heads. The startup’s revenue shot up five-fold in the past year.
Indian travel startup iTraveller has raised US$1 million in series A funding from ah! Ventures, LetsVenture, and Mantra Ventures. The Bangalore-based startup pr...
Through ZipMatch, Paredes is helping real estate brokers like herself to become more professional in dealing with clients.
It says the office will ‘connect talent, capital, and opportunities for entrepreneurs across the region.’
"The idea for Offpeak was mooted from the hotel and airline industry where they often give discounts during off-peak season, so why not for the restaurants too?...
Founded by three IIT dropouts Azhar Iqubal, Deepit Purkayastha, and Anunay Arunav, the startup crunches news stories into crisp 60-word skeletons for busy reade...
“As of today, we’re averaging between 120 to 150 job requests a day, with a total of close to 4,000,” says co-founder Jeffri Cheong.
The story of an entrepreneurial journey from making people travel to making them fall in love.
Yet another Chinese food delivery startup raises funding. But in this crowded market, is US$500k really enough?
Rudiantara, Indonesia’s new tech minister, wants to raise $1 billion for tech startups from the nation’s big conglomerates.
You'll be amazed and horrified just how much Chinese startups intentionally misrepresent their funding rounds.
Created by Japanese entrepreneurs, the app was only available in the US. Now it’s coming to Asia.
The week-long course - from March 15 to 20 - will be conducted by faculty members who teach the Stanford MBA program.