Go-Jek co-founder Kevin Aluwi discusses an array of milestones in the Indonesian firm’s journey.
Going international nice to put on PowerPoint but difficult to execute, says Grab president Ming MaaBy Kristie Neo
As its archrival Go-Jek spreads wings outside its home market Indonesia, Grab has a word of caution to offer – the barrier to entry is high!
Amit Anand, managing partner and co-founder of Jungle Ventures, dispels the myth of a fragmented SEA market and shares why he believes there are still more companies than capital in this region.
The increasing demand for goods to be delivered, not only on time, but on the same day, is pushing the need for robotized warehouses, which constitute 60% of the supply chain function.
The company was forced to look beyond the region to raise the majority of its fund, as it found that there were simply very few investors in the region that specialized in doing Series B investments.
With Berkshire, we have a new vantage point on our capital table and business model, Sharma said.
It all began with a chance meeting between its two co-founders, Joel Bar-El and Dror Feldheim, at a kindergarten in Singapore attended by their daughters.
Recently, Swiggy hired Vivek Sunder as its chief operating officer, among other top recruitment.
SG punches above its weight in innovation but still some corporate reluctance to take risks: Join the DotsBy Team DealStreetAsia
As a market dominated by mobile internet, Southeast Asia is an exciting market to be in, says Karen Schofield, Managing Director, Join the Dots (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
Kickstarter remains one of the world’s biggest contributors to arts and technology projects and has spawned similar platforms in India such as Ketto and ImpactGuru.