These five startups are the dark horses of the frontier marketsBy Prisca Akhaya T.
All startups had received funding in the past year and have been hailed as one of the respective country's achievements Read More
Vietnam startups to receive US$425M investments from multiple VCsBy Prisca Akhaya T.
Over the next three years, venture capitals like 500 Startups and Golden Gate Ventures among others have pledged to invest into Vietnamese startups Read More
Multi-currency e-wallet YouTrip secures US$25.5m fundingBy Prisca Akhaya T.
The Singapore-based mobile wallet plans to expand its multi-currency across Southeast Asia Read More
LOGIVAN raises US$5.5M, the largest funding round it has raised to dateBy Anisa Menur A. Maulani
LOGIVAN plans to invest in the implementation of AI, data analysis, and human resource Read More
Fore Coffee secures US$8.5M funding from East VenturesBy Prisca Akhaya T.
The Indonesia-based on-demand specialty coffee startup raises the funding syndicated by East Ventures, SMDV, Pavilion Capital, Agaeti Venture Capital, Insignia Ventures Partners, and some angel investors Read More
Today's top tech news, January 23, 2019: Vietnam's fintech firm Finhay secures US$1M funding from Insignia Ventures PartnerBy Prisca Akhaya T.
Also, Printerous to expand regionally, Vertiv Academy opens in Singapore Read More
Online investment startup Ajaib secures US$2.1M from SoftBankBy Prisca Akhaya T.
The Indonesia-based online investment app completed a US$2.1-million seed funding round co-led by SoftBank Ventures and few others notable investors Read More
Indonesia's AwanTunai raises US$4.3M to develop microloan platformBy Yon Heong Tung
The round was led by Insignia Venture Partners & AMTD Group Read More
Today's top tech news, October 23: Temasek Holdings invests in GoEuro, Vertex invests in BinanceBy Yon Heong Tung
Also, Beam raises US$4.6 million, Neat raises US$3 million, and more Read More
Scooter-sharing startup from former Uber exec raises US$6.4 millionBy Sainul Abudheen K
The startup will roll out its service soon and then will expand to Malaysia, Australia and South Korea Read More