Newly interactive digital magazine will see further customer reach for both the travel planning startup and budget airline.
Both Malaysia and Indonesia reaffirm their commitment to growing their digital economies while Tony Fernandes makes a startup acquisition.
The acquisition follows an earlier round last Aug where the AirAsia owned, Tune Labs, took a 9.54% stake in Touristly for an undisclosed amount.
KL-based startup incubator and accelerator Tune Labs has made a “strategic investment” of an undisclosed amount into travel planning platform Touristly.
The first [email protected] Malaysia was held with the support of AirAsia founder and chief executive officer Tony Fernandes, who already sees himself and AirAsia investing in some of the 14 startups that pitched.
StreetDeal.my has launched what it claimed is Malaysia’s first ‘social mall,’ an e-commerce platform which includes local celebrities as ‘Insiders.’