Dana Loberg, co-founder and CEO of MojiLaLa explains why 2017 could be the year of the “emojipreneur”.
Money makes the world go round and humans love it, almost as much as they love innovation. Here are 7 fintech start-ups looking to change how we save, spend, invest and create money.
An online suggestion box can be considered as one of the effective management strategies of a company. There are a number of suggestion box available in the Internet; Vetter is one of them.
Cloud applications launched by Infor are making the news - CloudSuite Food And Beverage, and CloudSuite Fashion.
If you have your sights set on launching a food company that’s known for offering the latest and greatest cuisines, the first step is narrowing down how you’ll go about it.
Next-generation market lending-as-a-service platform Blackmoon competes with existing securitization agents, as it uses advanced technology to give asset managers full-time access to loans provided by balance-sheet lenders.
StickerRide, a mobile app that connects brands and drivers to provide an efficient targeted on-vehicle advertising platform, recently announced plans to enter the US market starting with the ever-busy city of Los Angeles.
Clipix combines the online bookmarking and file sharing functionalities of Evernote with the visual appeal and simplicity of Pinterest, allowing users to clip and save articles and images as they browse websites, and then organize them into 'clipboards' inside the application.
GoBear is a free-to-use meta search engine for insurance (on both desktop and mobile) that allows consumers to search and compare hundreds of car and travel insurance policies in seconds.
FootballHero is a free social football prediction game that allows users to predict football scores from leagues around the world, but
Founded within Manhattan's Silicon Alley - which is seeing an explosion of entrepreneurship in the digital space - New York City-based Girlfluence aims to gather the support of and speak to the new generation of female entrepreneurs, influencers and consumers and thereby harnessing and nurturing female empowerment.
From freelance marketing, to online trading, to customized music, many online businesses have developed concepts that have turned into extremely lucrative pay-offs. Here are a few of them.
Qalendra is a consolidated events calendar that helps you discover amazing festivals and events that take place in the world on any given day.
100 Tokyo is a website that showcases hot products, events, people and places in Japan's largest metropolis, covering subjects such as design, fashion, art, food, technology, architecture, tourist attractions, accommodation, events and more.
Launchpad, an online service that aggregates and provides information on startup internship positions in Asia to help graduates and students to decide which jobs are the best fit for them.
Rather than charging you a development fee, Startya helps you build your product in return for a 30% stake in the company that you're building.
Mums Mean Business is the world’s first ever crowdfunding platform dedicated to helping aspiring and existing mumpreneurs raise the required funds to kickstart or further their businesses.
CEO of Caremerge Asif Khan identifies a list of 7 apps and gadgets from forward-thinking companies that have stepped up to help families, patients, and health care givers keep our seniors safe at home:
The French Cellar is a subscription box service where they will deliver you a box of carefully-curated premium French wines right to your doorstep every month.
Singapore startup Picky has launched Famous Eats, an interactive food guide that maps out the best hawker food in Singapore.