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99.co acquires iProperty.com.sg, Rumah123; to assume full control of REA's Singapore and Indonesian ops

By Sainul Abudheen K

Also Read: The real reason why you should launch your startup faster (which is not talked about) Read More

Former Lazada exec's co-living startup COVE raises over US$2M to take Hmlet head on

By Sainul Abudheen K

COVE uses an AI tool to help match flatmates based on their living habits, values and interests Read More

This Machine Learning startup helps breast cancer patients customise treatment, predicts risk of recurrence

By Sainul Abudheen K

OncoStem's product CanAssist-Breast helps early-stage cancer patients plan optimum chemotherapy treatment Read More

Startup of the Month, August: UangTeman, an online lending platform in Indonesia

By Shagun Karki

This micro-lending platform is putting up a strong competition for loan sharks and traditional banks Read More

These 9 names emerge as healthtech main players in the Philippines

By Prisca Akhaya T.

The Philippines may still need to catch up in creating a startup ecosystem that truly flourishes, but in the health sector, these names are ready to take part in changing that Read More

Vietnamese healthcare startup Med247 gets seed funding from KK Fund, broadens users coverage

By Prisca Akhaya T.

Med247 manages to secure its seed funding round prior to its business launch Read More

Our hyper-local approach sets us apart from competitors: Amit Saberwal of RedDoorz

By Sainul Abudheen K

'Even as a highly-fragmented landscape, we use data and learnings to better understand the social and cultural nuances as well as behaviour patterns', he says Read More

These 10 startups are changing the way Malaysians access healthcare and wellness

By Prisca Akhaya T.

From mental health awareness to online medical consultation, these ten startups are the healthtech rising stars of the country Read More

Your cheat sheet to the top-funded healthtech startups in Singapore

By Anisa Menur A. Maulani

These healthtech startups in Singapore have raised more than US$10 million in their latest funding round Read More

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