• iBilik: Short-term room rental made easy!

    Whether you are migrating to the bustling city centre for a new job or just looking for a room to lay your head for short business trip, you may opt to use iBilik. The website is claimed to offer the cheapest rental rate in the market. While its classified long-term room...
  • Fleapy: Making it easy to find lowest airfare [startup]

    Fleapy is a Malaysia-based start-up that compliments AirAsia cheap airfare. How it works? Pretty easy as Fleapy help users to find the best time to travel throughout the year with AirAsia. For instance, if you are looking for a honeymoon to Bali; enter location, and select a single or...
  • Soft Landing For IntuitionHQ

    IntuitionHQ co-founder Jacob Creech got the shock of his life recently with a phone call explaining he had just won an all expenses paid trip to San Francisco. The prize was part of a competition to help web start-ups get up to Silicon Valley and get engaged in the...
  • Startups: Go Try It On raised $3 million of funding

    On Friday, Go Try It On has announced that the company will received a round of funding worth $3 million from SPA Investments and Index Ventures. Go Try it On is a new startup on website and mobile app that enables user to ask for others’ feedback on outfits....
  • Start-ups: $41 million does not promise success

    “For every success there will be 250 really dumb valuations.” – Mark Suster Color, a start-up company for photo-sharing received a huge amount of investment earlier this year. The news was a big-thing when I heard about it, and I was quite excited when watching the demo video in their website. Unfortunately, that does not reflect user experience when...
  • Square Is Now Worth $1.6 Billion from $240m in January

    Square, the mobile payments startup company that envisions revolutionizing the way of payment transaction (without cash and credit card) seems to grow rapidly each day. At the moment, Square promotes a free credit card reader to be attached to smartphones and iPhones, which turns them to a credit-card reader....
  • Startup: Kiwi Tech Takes Flight

    There must be something in the water, judging by the way New Zealand keeps breeding successful software, technology and web start-ups.  But overcoming distance from major consumer and investment markets is a substantial challenge for Kiwi tech companies that often begins with building relationships to both consumers and investors...