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dtac Accelerate launches Batch 5, introduces 'tracks' to better serve specific startups
It also introduced Global Expansion Track, which it wants to use to help Thai companies achieve global growth
Startups and Asia: Land of opportunity or innovation doldrums?
Johanna Staaf, Director for New Ventures, Telenor Group, shares her thoughts and learnings on the Asian startup landscape, discussing five macro trends gleaned from working with various startups
Thai startup ecosystem is 3 years behind Indonesia: Krafting Ponpool
"I don't know when we will produce the first Unicorn startup, but I am quite certain we will see half unicorns to come out within five years"
The startups that blew up your FB timeline at dtac accelerate Demo Day
An interesting fact from dtac accelerate was the increasing participation from Myanmar-based startups or big companies with stake in the country
Mobile is revolutionising the way people think in Asia
Using Myanmar and India as examples, Telenor's Karianne Melleby shares insights on why mobile communication is the new digital frontier to conquer emerging markets in Asia
Thai auto insurance startup Claim Di pulls in US$2M Series A funding
Malaysia, South Korea and Japan among its primary expansion targets; aims tenfold revenue growth to US$5.6 million in a year
3 Echelon Thailand exhibitors whose startups you need to check out now
Ready to meet the 67 companies exhibiting at Echelon Thailand to be held on November 26-27? We are, too! Here we present a few innovative choices
Networking will be super smooth at Echelon Thailand. We promise!
Our new app and Structured Networking initiative will help you make all the right connections. Here's how...
Thailand's Anywhere to Go lands funding led by 500 Startups
Developer behind Claim Di and iLertU has received an undisclosed investment to eventually go regional
Thai startup bubble will burst, and only the best will survive
After a long chat with Krating Poonpol from DTAC, a Thai telecom conglomerate, we learnt that there is indeed a Thai startup bubble.