TAG: startup

Thai auto insurance startup Claim Di pulls in US$2M Series A funding

By Colin Tung | Nov 26, 2015

Malaysia, South Korea and Japan among its primary expansion targets; aims tenfold revenue growth to US$5.6 million in a year Read More

Define your message, empower your presentation

By Guest Contributor | Nov 25, 2015

According to communications specialist Rajeshwari Ramachandran, a strongly-crafted message in your presentation will persuade the audience to react favourably Read More

Didi Kuaidi continues to dominate China's private car-hailing market

By Colin Tung | Nov 25, 2015

The company has 83.2 per cent share of China's existing active users for private car service Read More

On-demand home nursing startup Jaga-Me wins NTUC Income competition

By Colin Tung | Nov 25, 2015

The startup takes home US$71K in the form of a cash grant after winning the Future Starter competition Read More

Saltycustoms makes the process of customising t-shirts short and sweet

By Colin Tung | Nov 24, 2015

The online tool is free to use for startups who want to spread the word about their brand Read More

India's Rentomojo raises US$2M from IDG Ventures, Accel Partners

By Ishita Russell | Nov 23, 2015

The Bangalore-based startup provides easy and affordable rentals across home verticals and transport Read More

NeonRunner sprints away with ASEAN Startup of the Year award

By Colin Tung | Nov 23, 2015

The Malaysian startup is amongst 33 finalists of the ASEAN Rice Bowl Awards who will benefit from US$82M in funding pledged to date by investors Read More

Will new regulations affect fintech startups in Hong Kong?

By Hannah Leung | Nov 23, 2015

A new SVF ordinance restructures legal requirements for fintech companies -- will it affect your startup? Read More

This mobile Internet startup has more users than WhatsApp does in India

By Sainul Abudheen K | Nov 23, 2015

MoMagic, which helps app developers and content firms reach consumers through various means, claims to reach more than 90 million users Read More

Bootstrapping is quite easy in India. Here is why

By Saurabh Kathuria | Nov 19, 2015

Starting up in India? Entrepreneur Saurabh Kathuria doles out these nifty tips for making sure you do it right the first time around Read More

I still feel we are the underdog: POPS Worldwide CEO

By Ishita Russell | Nov 19, 2015

Esther Nguyen is a featured keynote speaker at Echelon Thailand 2015 to be held on November 26-27 at Bangkok's BITEC Read More

Worried about the banal UX design of your app? This tool can come in handy

By Pun Node | Nov 19, 2015

The awkward communication gap between app developers and users is mitigated with UXTesting, an analytic tool from Taiwan's NeverWorks Read More

RYDE rolls into the carpooling fray with US$1M seed round

By Colin Tung | Nov 19, 2015

The Singapore social enterprise's funding comes amidst regional powerhouse GrabTaxi's entry into the carpooling scene Read More

4 strategies for living a balanced life -- in the office and at home

By Young Entrepreneur Council | Nov 18, 2015

If you want to maintain a work-life balance but also be successful in business, you have to have a strategy and wake up early Read More

Cambodia and Laos: The challenge of altering attitudes towards startups

By Colin Tung | Nov 18, 2015

Startups in Cambodia and Laos might be focussed on local problems, but meeting those needs could foster greater receptivity to them Read More

Malaysia-based service marketplace Kaodim raises US$4M Series A round

By Colin Tung | Nov 18, 2015

Its Gross Merchandise Volume reached US$10 million mark within the first four months Read More

Jugnoo nabs US$3M to take on Ola, mGaadi in rickshaw aggregation space

By Sainul Abudheen K | Nov 17, 2015

The round was led by Paytm which also saw participation from the likes of Freecharge’s Kunal Shah Read More

Are Indian startups headed for a bubble burst?

By Raj K Mitra | Nov 17, 2015

Most firms are on ventilators from day one; their survival is dependent on their ability to outlive cash haemorrhaging, says investment expert Raj K Mitra Read More

How to deal with a constantly unhappy customer

By Young Entrepreneur Council | Nov 17, 2015

The perpetually aggrieved will never be happy because their satisfaction has nothing to do with your business or offers, according to the author Read More

5 keys to cracking the Instagram code

By The Entourage | Nov 16, 2015

Instagram, a newer entrant in social media, requires a different strategy than Facebook or Twitter, as it is extremely community-focussed Read More

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