This Is What Happened To Employees When Uber Sold Its Southeast Asian Unit To Grab
Now, a few months later, KrASIA spoke with close to a dozen former Uber Southeast Asia employees to find out how things have turned out.
Dear VC, Why Are Investors So Scared Of My Grand Business Plan?
For the third installment of Dear VC, ST Chua answers questions about ambitious business ideas and e-commerce solutions for social media.
Carousell Rumoured To Be Worth US$500M, But Its Co-founder Says “Growth Is Not Always A Good Thing”
Carousell co-founder Marcus Tan shares about how startup founders should shape workplace culture and explore rapid expansion.
Should We Mix Passion With Business? M’sian CEOs Give Us Their No BS Opinion.
We speak to Malaysian founders and CEOs about the realities of turning passions to businesses, their advice, and their opinions.
Dear VC, Do You Think There’s Still Room In M’sia For More E-Wallets?
In our second installment, Bikesh Lakhmichand of 1337 Ventures tackles questions about trade transparency and e-wallets in Malaysia.
Media Prima Explains Why Acquiring Vocket Isn’t A Threat To Their Own Seismik & Ohbulan
Media Prima through Rev Asia spends RM2.6 million to acquire a 52% in Vocket. They believe this won't conflict with Ohbulan, Says Seismik & SirapLimau.
Dear VC, We Want Funding But We Don’t Plan To Monetise. What Can We Do?
Ben Lim of NEXEA answers two relevant questions from our readers about startups and funding in the first installment of the Dear VC series.
Interview With Bigo: How A Chinese Live-Streaming Service Successfully Replicated Itself In Southeast Asia
"We want to scale up Bigo Live first. We need to have a large user base and a viable business model to make sure our platform has sustainable development." - Bigo Live's director
We Talked To 6 Artbox Singapore Vendors – Here’s Why You Should Look Out For Them This Year
We spoke to several Singapore vendors to find out more about their origin stories, and why they’re excited to be at Artbox Singapore 2018 this year!
From Politics To Entrepreneurship: Ex-Minister Teo Ser Luck On What Startups Should Do To Succeed
When former Minister of State for Manpower Mr. Teo Ser Luck is not carrying out his MP duties, he's managing and growing several Singapore startups. Here's what he has observed so far.
From Real Estate To Sociology: 6 S’pore Founders On What They Studied Before Starting Up
We asked a few Singapore startup founders about what they studied before starting up, and found out that many times - lessons are learnt out of the classroom.
This Filipino Left Law School To Open His Own Coffee Chain, Now Has Over 90 Outlets In PH
Bo's Coffee offers products from local producers and communities like Benguet, Bukidnon, Cordillera, Sultan Kudarat and the Mountain Provinces.