Ensogo, formerly known as iBuy, has moved to downsize its operations across the region with significant numbers of staff being laid off in multiple markets.
Catcha Group has announced the formal launch of Catcha Ventures, a division focused on minority investments in high-growth new media, technology and mobile companies in South-East Asia.
Digital News Asia (DNA) continues a weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy. These articles are from Digerati50, a special print publication released in January 2014. For information on customised reprints of Digerati50, email [email protected]
Loss of A$6mil, says on track to breaking even Aims to be clear No 1 player in Thailand within 12mths
Singapore-headquartered Internet venture accelerator Fatfish Internet Group Limited has appointed former Accenture Asia managing partner and renowned tech investor Larry Gan as non-executive chairman.
The recently-announced financial results of iProperty Group Ltd has thrown up two key questions: Whether it overpaid for its acquisitions, and how did it lose its market leadership position in Singapore, writes Goh Thean Eu.
Online investment firm Catcha Group has announced that REA Group, an affiliate of News Corp, has acquired a 17.22% stake in its portfolio company, iProperty Group.
Patrick Grove, the group chief executive officer of international investment firm Catcha Group; and Joel Neoh, international vice president of Asia Pacific for Groupon, are teaming up with a panel of distinguished entrepreneurs including Sir Richard Branson and Steve Wozniak, in the hunt for Asia Pacific’s technology superstars as part of the 2014 Talent Unleashed Awards.
Catcha Group’s Patrick Grove chats with DNA founder Karamjit Singh about what led to iBuy’s birth and his excitement over the e-commerce momentum in South-East Asia.
There is an undeniable gap between the potential of South-East Asia as a market for technology startups and the number of venture capital funds available to such entrepreneurs, but that will change when there are more success stories, according to panellists at the monthly Disrupt discussion.