Echelon Thailand 2017 will address startup funding and networking woes, with special benefits for exhibitors

With over 1,500 expected participants in attendance, exhibiting startups can share their products and services, as well as get up close and personal with potential consumers for countless opportunities to scale. 

In the world of chatbots, Ringy is gaining ground with human translation

Chinese-to-english translations have long been hilariously terrible, but if Ringy can make it work there will be some serious bucks in the business 

Echelon 2014: Startup Marketplace gets bigger

More than 100 companies - startups and enterprises, are expected to showcase their products at one massive hall at Echelon 2014, on June 10 & 11 

WayGo, Skully Helmets and ThriveOn win big at SXSW's startup contest

Echelon 2013's 'Most Promising Startup' winner WayGo took home the winning prize in 'Entertainment and Content Technologies' category 

77 percent of Asian travelers share adventures online

Do you update the web with your travel adventures? Well, eight out of 10 Asian travelers do. 

Waygo raises US$900K to better translate Asian languages to English

Waygo, a visual translator which translates Chinese into English in real time, has raised a US$900,000 seed round to improve its translation service. 

An interview with WayGo, Echelon 2013's Most Promising Startup

Jimmy Haver from WayGo, a smartphone-based visual translator, shares about winning Most Promising Startup at Echelon 2013. 

Room remains for new startups to emerge as global players

There has been a lot of buzz from the startup sector. While they're not all disruptive, they're often found improving existing concepts. 

Waygo is the Most Promising Startup at Echelon 2013

After an intense hour of pitching, our esteemed set of judges has selected Waygo as the Most Promising Startup for Echelon 2013. 

Break language barriers with Waygo Visual Translator

Waygo Visual Translator translates Chinese into English in real-time without an Internet connection. More languages are planned for the future.