Startup Trinerva aims to bridge the gap between ease of digital content creation and the satisfaction of physical mail with iPrinz, a social app platform that enables users to send out personalised cards direct from their mobile phone.
TradeGecko has announced that its cloud-based inventory and sales management application now integrates seamlessly with the Xero online accounting system.
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.
At the 500 Startups Demo Day in New York recently, investor and entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk did not hold back on what he really thought of some of today’s start-ups and their unrealistic founders, writes Gabey Goh.
It may be only six months old, but Singapore-based start-up BillPin, which has an app that helps friends split and track group expenses, has acquired the assets of US-based BillMonk, which has a similar bill-splitting service.
Malaysians will enjoy access to legal advice, consultation and court representation with the introduction of Answers-in-Law, which claims to be the first-of-its-kind legal expenses indemnity service here.
Savvy corporate acquisition teams have a prescribed method for wearing down the most seasoned entrepreneurs, backing them into a corner where they have to sell for a steep discount. Verne Harnish lists down some of their dirty tricks.
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.
The monthly Tech For Penang or TE4Penang networking event has been running for about a year, and the organizers are taking it up a notch with the first OpenStartup.
It’s useful for any start-up to have a wise owl (or two) looking out for them, but both owl and start-up need to understand that sometimes it is going to take time to achieve your dreams, writes Gabey Goh.