Bangladeshi entrepreneurs in KL are targeting a US$80mil a year market with their marketplace that they aim to evolve into a digital bank
Digi pulls out its investment in GrabGas on grounds of inconsistency in the disclosure of data The decision is a reflection of the principles Digi upholds and expects of its partners
A team from Telenor Group’s Malaysian unit, Digi, has been selected as one of eight teams from the telco group to participate in an internal startup programme with the reward being an opportunity to be funded by Telenor and spun out.
Keputusan TI 60 persen lebih perusahaan Indonesia akan dipimpin oleh CEO Belanja TI Indonesia tahun 2016 US$15,3 miliar, meningkat 8,3 % dari 2015
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.
Startupbootcamp FinTech, an accelerator focused on financial innovation and part of the global award-winning Startupbootcamp accelerator, has announced a Pitch Day in Kuala Lumpur.
After successfully raising a second round, HotelQuickly Ltd, a Hong Kong-based company that helps travellers book hotel rooms in the last minute, is geared for the next stage of growth, with the Malaysian market key to its plans.
Funds to fuel growth, plans to expand to Penang and Johor Has inked deals with Groupon and Tourism Malaysia MALAYSIA'S TableApp has raised RM250,000 (approximately US$78,000) in seed funding from Singapore-headquartered Crystal Horse Investments as well as angel investor Hanson Toh.
HotelQuickly has secured US$4.5 million in a Series A-1 financing led by GREE Inc with participation from William E. Heinecke, chief executive officer (CEO) and chairman of Thailand-based hospitality company, Minor International.
With a presence in over 31 countries across three continents and 1,500 employees, it’s been a rapid ride for EasyTaxi since German-based Rocket Internet acquired the Brazilian startup two years ago. Gabey Goh speaks to regional CEO for South-East Asia, Mario Berta.