Another Brick & Mortar company reaches out to startups to partner with and create synergy while a startup in Jakarta raises smart money – from a Brick & Mortar.
Malaysian e-commerce startup FashionValet has raised an undisclosed multimillion-dollar Series B from Japan’s Start Today, which its CEO Fadzarudin Anuar describes as ‘smart money.’
China's Gobi Partners goes through 1,000 business proposals a month, but has a 52% hit rate – so what's the secret of its success? Goh Thean Eu attempts to find out.
Despite being the underdog in a very competitive space, Loanstreet.com.my cofounder Jared Lim believes there is still plenty of room for his fintech startup to grow.
Malaysian e-commerce startup Babydash aims to raise RM2 million to help grow its product range and to enhance its marketing strategies.
Although it might seem obvious, angels who made their wealth from traditional industries are handicapped by one glaring flaw – they’ve never actually invested or worked in tech, writes Justin Hall.
OSK Ventures International Bhd has made its first-ever investments into Malaysian startups, and it intends to bring more than just money to the table, reports Goh Thean Eu.
Newcomer FazWaz believes it can differentiate itself from the other property portal plays in Thailand with its data-driven and consumer-first approach.