Start-up

Don’t go postal, let iPrinz take care of your personalised cards
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 aims Xero integration at SMEs
TradeGecko has announced that its cloud-based inventory and sales management application now integrates seamlessly with the Xero online accounting system.
Ser-Savealot, at your service?
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.
More than just big ideas
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.
6mth-old Singapore start-up BillPin buys 8yr-old ‘rival’
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.
Affordable access to legal services with Answers-in-Law
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.
Selling the business: Games buyers play
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.
In Takeout Arcade, toilet time is the new prime time
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.
Kicking it up a notch in Penang
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 takes time to achieve dreams
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.
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