Loket now ready for next stage: New verticals, new SEA markets
Having secured Series A funding round last month, Loket is eyeing the conferences, seminars, and expo market next year, and aims to expand into Malaysia and Singapore as well.
Indonesian events management and analytics firm Loket secures Series A funding
Full-service events management technology, ticketing, and analytics company Loket has announced a Series A funding round, an undisclosed amount, led by US-based Sovereign’s Capital, with participation by local venture capital firm East Ventures.
Retailers to spend US$2.5bil on IoT by 2020: Juniper Research
Retailers seeking to capitalise on IoT (Internet of Things) technologies will spend an estimated US$2.5 billion in hardware and installation costs, nearly a fourfold increase over this year’s estimated US$670 million spend, according to new data from Juniper Research.
Soft Space levels up, out to transform entire payment landscape
Malaysian digital payments startup Soft Space International Sdn Bhd is gearing for 2015 to be a red-letter year with a number of new solutions – and more importantly, innovative use cases – that will roll out this year.
Digerati50: Facing up to your own weaknesses
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]
Free flow of trade in Asean: We have the technology
Smartag Solutions Bhd, whose Secured Trade Facilitation System goes live at Customs checkpoints across the nation on June 1, wants to see the ASEAN Economic Community become a reality and believes its technology would help pave the way.
APICTA Awards: Where’s the love, Malaysia?
The Asia Pacific Information and Communications Technology Awards (APICTA) program was initiated by Malaysia in 1999, but while other countries celebrate their victories in a major way, Malaysians – who continue to dominate – are pretty blasé about it.