7 different types of investors and how to win them over

1. The non-tech investor These types of investors may not fully understand the technology behind your idea but will have plenty to say about your product, market, and business model. They will form their own opinions and assumptions based on their experience, which

How Indonesia’s unicorns achieved hyperscale

Indonesia’s “everyday” app and unicorn Go-Jek processes more than 100 million transactions a month across its wide array of services – from ride-hailing and payments to food and medicine delivery to massage and laundry. Go-Jek’s user and partner network is just as

Bangladeshi ride-hailer Shohoz raises $15m

Shohoz, a Bangladesh-based online ride-sharing and ticketing platform, announced today that it has raised US$15 million pre-series B investment. Shohoz lets consumers book car and motorbike rides for their daily commute, reserve bus and ferry seats, and even buy movie tickets from

Sell your ideas to 50 investors at TIA Jakarta 2018

With every business idea comes the pragmatic need for funding, and that is no easy feat for companies that are only starting out, Tech in Asia Jakarta 2018 thus provides a platform that connects both startups and investors to find their perfect match.

Fintech startup Finja breaks new ground in Pakistan

Fintech startup Finja breaks new ground in Pakistan with $1.5m series A funding.   That’s why today’s announcement of US$1.5 million series A funding for Pakistani fintech startup Finja is notable. More so, because Swedish investment company Vostok led the round – the Pakistan

Inside Axa: A tech-driven and agile work environment

Since it introduced its Insurance-as-a-Service (IaaS) platform in early 2018, Axa Singapore has sold over 150,000 policies electronically. The platform has already enabled up to 65 percent of the firm’s new retail business across digital and traditional channels.   Walk around Singapore’s