ASX-listed e-commerce company Ensogo Ltd has managed to raise another A$38 million (US$29.7 million) from institutional investors, by issuing 183 million new shares.
AirAsia cofounder Tony Fernandes and his partners have launched incubator-accelerator Tune Labs to get into the sexy startup space, but expect him to pay close attention to the business fundamentals too, writes Goh Thean Eu.
Copying business models that have worked elsewhere sometimes makes sense, but you must do it right: Make sure you understand what you’re copying, and more importantly, whether it will work here, writes Justin Hall.
Investments in the ICT, energy and healthcare sectors by venture capital, private equity as well as strategic investors (through mergers and acquisitions) outperformed the others in 2014, according to Frost & Sullivan.
ASX-listed venture investment firm Fatfish Internet Group Ltd (FFG) has announced the establishment up of a new business division to be named Fatfish Corporate Advisory Division (FCAD).
It has been 4½ years since Joel Neoh was an entrepreneur. Karamjit Singh wonders if he can regain his startup mojo after being in a large company with ample resources and talent as Groupon.
Online portal theAsianparent raises multimillion-dollar funding from Vertex Venture Holdings and angel investors Teruhide Sato, William Klippgen and Hellmut Schutte to fuel its expanions plans.
Pricebook Co Ltd (Japan), which runs the Pricebook gadget price comparison portal, said it has completed a second round of fund raising, but did not disclose the actual amount.
There is tremendous opportunity here, the entrepreneurs are amazing, and people are solving real-world, serious problems – but think again if you’re only out to make a quick buck, writes Justin Hall of Golden Gate Ventures.
ASX-listed Ensogo Ltd said it has entered into an agreement with WF Asian Reconnaissance Fund Limited (Ward Ferry, a fund managed by Ward Ferry Management) for the placement of 58,823,530 new Ensogo shares to Ward Ferry at a price of 17 Australian cents (US 13 cents) per share.