Inspired by large investments into its leading startups, there is a rising sense of belief among Indonesians that the country can build a strong startup economy.
The two-year-old instant booking platform’ is growing exponentially in Malaysia.
It’s one of those startup jaw dropping moments again for Karamjit Singh when a Singapore-based Chinese owned bicycle sharing startup, oBike raises US$45 million – 8 months after its launch.
The government-supported programme gives startups the support, expertise and resources they need to succeed in Korea.
Health and wellness startup prepares to focus on a content-focused model, dropping marketplace.
The MarTech company aspires to go global with Thai tech and capabilities
Partnership combines the experience of NUS Enterprise and the entrepreneurial track record of the Salim Group.
Indonesia moves to promote open data as a resource for creating better business solutions.
Business mentorship and training in IBM cognitive and cloud technologies will help transform local industries.
ThincLab launches in Singapore to build a global network that supports local and Australian startups in scaling their business.