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Indonesia, Singapore Lead Southeast Asia in Raising Venture Capital

Indonesia and Singapore currently dominate venture capital (VC) fundraising in Southeast Asia despite a slower pace of capital raising in the ...

Southeast Asia's Health Care Startups Attract More Investors

Startups in Southeast Asia, especially those in health care and deliveries, have managed to raise millions of dollars to accelerate ...

Ninja Van Raises $274m in New Funding

Ninja Van, a leading ecommerce logistics company in Southeast Asia, has raised at least US$274 million in new funding since ...

Meet the Southeast Asian Startups in Sequoia Capital Acceleration Program

Surge, a Southeast Asia- and India-focused accelerator run by Sequoia India, has unveiled the 15 companies that form its third ...

Marketplace Startup 'Carousell' Donate up to $2m in Ad Inventory to Non-profits

Marketplace startup from Singapore, Carousell, will donate up to $2 million in ad inventory to support non-profit organisations in four ...

Fintech Platform from Indonesia Investree Expands to Philippines and Thailand

Financial technology (fintech) platform PT Investree Radhika Jaya has announced that its plans to expand its market to Thailand and ...

This Startup is Tackling Southeast Asia Growing Eldercare Need

The world’s population is aging, but the needs of elderly people are still being underserved. A United Nations report found that older people ...

Southeast Asia's E-Commerce Aggregator iPrice Raises US$ 10m in Series B Round

iPrice Group, which helps comparison shoppers in Southeast Asia by pulling together prices from different e-commerce platforms, has closed a ...

Grab Raises over US$850 Million to Grow Financial Services in Southeast Asia

Grab, Southeast Asia’s most valuable startup, raised more than $850 million from Japanese investors to fund an ongoing expansion into ...

Indonesia E-Commerce Blibli.com Opens Amazon Go-like Cashless, Cashier-less Physical Store

Indonesian e-commerce firm Blibli launched its first offline store, called BlibliMart, in central Jakarta on Tuesday, KrAsia reported. The shop practices ...