Taiwan's homegrown accelerator gets a large second fund from domestic conglomerates.
Do you like to drive fast and furious? This Taiwan startup gives hardcore drivers the data they crave
There’s a subset of people out there that aren’t just “car enthusiasts,” they’re “driving enthusiasts.” For them, driving isn’t a matter of going from place to ...
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Alibaba now has 2 weapons in India for a proxy war with Amazon
Doesn't Alibaba mostly operate as a marketplace? So why doesn't it go it alone in India like Amazon?
Sumit - 30 mins ago
SoftBank, others tip $100M to Indian marketplace for budget hotels
1) Oyo (kind of) owns the inventory, ie., one can only book those budget places through their platform. Somewhat like Uber. 2) Booking.com doesn't exi...
Nihal Hassan - 49 mins ago
Messenger Apps Ways of Making Money - Snapchat vs LINE
Great post but you should really take a look at Wechat too. They are earning boatloads of money and have interesting monetization methods. For example...
Mary Chang - 51 mins ago
Why online payment provider Alipay is more than just the Chinese equivalent of PayPal
Syed, I agree with your point but being a global firm doesn't mean that the interface and the product offering has to be the same. They are pretty suc...
Matthias Hendrichs - 1 hour ago
Is Singapore still relevant after 50? An entrepreneurial view.
Hi Rachael, sad to say I do not have much to contribute about how we can get the government to promote entrepreneurship except to create exposure in o...
Christopher Quek - 1 hour ago
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