Viren Doshi reminds himself every morning that CatchThatBus is working to change the face of land transportation.
CatchThatBus has launched a new Home Delivery option, becoming the first bus-ticketing app available to provide such a feature.
Achieving the vision of a more connected Malaysia would require broader partnerships across more industries and ecosystems, with education also playing a key role, a panel of experts said.
The podcast from this week's Tech Talk show on BFM Radio, featuring DNA founder Karamjit Singh.
CatchThatBus, a bus-ticketing platform, has received a US$1.5mil pre-Series A round, with the founders aiming for a much bigger round, writes Karamjit Singh.
Three Malaysian startups – CatchThatBus, MyTeksi and TextBookAsia – have agreed to a collaboration that would see the student community enjoying integrated services at a discount, CatchThatBus said in a statement.
Many VCs and angels in Malaysia still have ‘demanding’ expectations Skin in the game, maturity and good network among what angels look for
Having raised money from Singapore, CatchThatBus, will be strengthening its position in Malaysia and Singapore this year, before proving that its business is scalable across South-East Asia in 2015. The founders also share their advice on when best to start engaging with VCs.
It is a journey that has taken over two years, but August this year saw Ashwin Jeyapalasingam and Viren Doshi, founders of Catch That Bus, scale a new high in their entrepreneurial journey as their website finally went live with tickets from bus companies Nice, Plusliner and Transnasional on offer.