For a decade, e27 has championed startup stories and thought leadership in the regional ecosystem. Over the years, we have groomed a thriving community of two million readers in the tech and startup industry, making it a great place to reflect upon the interests of the startup economy in Asia.
The e27 Contributor Programme is your chance to share your thoughts and opinions with this community.Get Started
We are passionate about engaging and bringing together stakeholders from across industries and verticals to build a more informed and inclusive ecosystem.
As an industry player, your deep knowledge will be instrumental in enabling our readers to have a deeper understanding of trends and insights concerning the ecosystem.
An excellent programme for anyone with insights or contrarian views, especially if you want to impact a lot of people with them. It's more than just a "guest-posting" stint, but a commitment to providing valuable knowledge.
e27 is a great medium with the relevant readers for us to share insights. We love to write about startups and investors. e27 has given us a lot of exposure.
A great platform for publishing opinion and thought leadership articles, knowing that you will reach a key segment of the region’s startup and investment communities. It’s a great service to Southeast Asia’s startup ecosystem!
e27 provides an excellent platform for industry thought leaders to express independent opinion on current events and latest developments in the startup ecosystem. It enables all stakeholders to keep up with the latest topics and trends and most importantly to stay relevant in our ever-evolving ecosystem.
We are looking for contributed posts from:
Startup founders with experiential knowledge in innovation, business building, growth, product development, people management, and more.
Corporate professionals, VCs, angel investors, and leaders of active accelerators and incubators who want to share their knowledge about the Asian tech ecosystem.
Business and/or industry experts who can shed the light on current trends and offer ideas on what the future could potentially be.
Journalists, researchers, and data analysts who can dive deep and share insights about the tech and startup ecosystem.
Government groups or officials working in innovation and/or startup programs, and have first-hand knowledge of support and regulations available for the startup community.
Active members of the startup ecosystem who want to share their valuable insights and analysis.
Your articles will be viewed by thousands of readers of our website and promoted at least three times a day across our social media channels
Unique and insightful articles will also be featured in the masthead on e27 as well as our daily newsletters
You will have the chance to boost your branding and position as a respected thought leader in the industry, expand your writing portfolio, and open up opportunities for speaking engagements.
Please note that we do not offer monetary compensation to our contributors.
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From founder journeys to work-life balance funding experiences, from entrepreneurial advice to editorials and opinions on current issues affecting the startup ecosystem; we are looking for your best analysis, reporting, essays, and ideas. We value quality content — fresh ideas, unique perspectives, innovation mindset, and smart thinking and reject highly promotional or fluff pieces.Get Started
A good place to start is the question: what do I know now that could have helped me when I first started?
The e27 community would love to hear your best analysis, reporting, ideas, and essays about your experience. Founder journeys, fundraising experiences, workforce management guides, entrepreneurial advice, technical how-tos, and productivity tips are very valuable to our community.
We also encourage editorials and opinions about the current issues affecting the startup ecosystem. If there is something you feel strongly about and believe that you can add value and offer fresh perspective on, then let’s get the conversation started!
Articles should range from 700-1,500 words; just enough to be able to serve as a resource for the Asian tech community and not be overly self-promotional.
Does this mean that any shorter and longer will be rejected? Not necessarily. Shorter articles accompanied by videos or infographics are welcome. Longer articles will also be considered under the conditions that all content are relevant and makes the article stronger.
Press releases and highly promotional posts will be rejected regardless of the length.
Yes, videos and infographics are highly encouraged. Make sure to supplement it with about 400-500 words explaining them.
Write with good grammar and follow our editorial style. The more time you save us by formatting your articles properly, the faster it will get published.
We try to publish within 24 hours if conditions are ideal. By ideal we mean that articles submitted require minimal editing, and the attached image/s is relevant and in the proper sizing. Having said that, we do receive a substantial number of contributions on a daily basis and we appreciate your patience should there be any delays.
Yes, all contributions are subject to editorial approval. The editorial team reviews them for clarity of thought, grammar, relevance, and plagiarism.
Yes, you will receive a notification if your contribution is approved or rejected. Since we receive a high volume, we are not able to provide feedback to every contributor.
No, you cannot edit once you have submitted. You can write to [email protected] to disregard your contribution and resubmit an edited draft. Please indicate the title of your submitted article draft.
Don’t worry, your contribution will still be considered. In case you are unable to attach the image, you can email it to [email protected]. Please make sure to indicate in your email the title of your submitted article draft.