New app by online publisher aims to spread modern meditation to millions Wants to be top app company in Asia in 2 years with focus on health and personal growth market CALLING your product “the greatest innovation in meditation history in 3,000 years” could be construed as overhyped marketing to many.
New mobile app Melon Friends, slated to be launched by the end of May, is aimed at overseas Chinese and seeks to consolidate and help manage the experience of being active on disparate social networks.
Former lawyer Jodie Fox and her team have taken their online shoe bespoke startup from a three-man operation in 2009 to a nearly 50-man company with four offices globally.
A new mobile social network called Placety hopes to be the hot new destination for social explorers to share, connect and talk about their favorite places.
Malaysian startup Ser-Savealot hopes to combine the SoLoMo (Social, Location, Mobile) movement with a gamification elements to make a shopping app that keeps its users engaged for the long-term.
HungryHippie is using the Airbnb model to position itself as a global community marketplace made up of local people helping travellers experience local food culture, the way the locals do.
Takeout Arcade, the entertainment brand of start-up Alphapod, hopes to claim a share of toilet time with its debut mobile game app, Dragon Siege.
Don’t be misled by all those big cashout stories you read every week, there’s a lot more to being an entrepreneur than just having a great idea – Gabey Goh with some advice for all those out there considering starting a business.