Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) has landed a US$100,000 grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and aims to use that grant to advance student entrepreneurship.
This Week In Asia caught Sarah Lacy of TechCrunch fame in Hackerspace Singapore for some drinks and talk about the growth and innovation of Asia.
Last Friday, location-based service Koprol announced via their corporate blog that they have hit 1 million registered users on the location-based social networking service.
With currently the second-largest Facebook users in the world and a thriving Internet community, Indonesia is a force to be reckoned with.
This week, This Week In Asia got John Berns the man behind BarCampBangkok. They talked about the startup and tech scene in Bangkok, the openness of the Asian Internet during a slow news week.
This Week In Asia host Daniel CerVentus is over in Kansas City, Missouri in America for Startup Organizer Summit where he is joined by Marc...
This Week In Asia invites Craig White, CEO of MIH Group, a division of Naspers, to join them in the TWIA virtual studio.
TWIA producer Mike Foong is finally back with the crew in the virtual studio after 3 months of hiatus, with also one of our highest recurring special guests, Serkan Toto (@serkantoto) from TechCrunch in Japan to talk about the top news that rocked the web and tech landscape in Asia this week.
The This Week In Asia crew is back this week with a laser focus on acquisitions that are spreading across Asia.
The TWIA crew is back to discuss the interesting stories that dominate the Asian mobile, web and technology landscape this week.
This Week in Asia gets co-founders Robert Laing and Matthew Romaine of myGengo, a Japanese start-up which deliver value for users to order cheap and high quality translations on the web, into their virtual studioto talk about the company and the challenges in fund-raising and setting up in Japan.
This Week In Asia discusses the emergence of Groupon clones in Asia, Microsoft’s dropping of Kin, Froyo on Huawei's Chinese Android phones, Mixi making a minor Linkedin, Amazon’s acquisition of Woot and differences between e-commerce in Southeast Asia & East Asia.
TWIA asks Daniel Raffel, the senior product manager in Yahoo, how he has taken lessons as a professional cook (he worked as four-star chef in Thomas Keller’s NYC restaurant) and applied them to product management in Yahoo.
Ian McKee from Vocanic shares their story, and how it has deployed word of mouth marketing, social media and technology to help brands in spreading their word out to a market out there.
Singapore-based mobile location-based marketing solutions provider Chlkboard last week opened its API to developers, allowing them to push contextual location-relevant ads into their own mobile services.
ThisWeekInAsia speaks to Jeffrey Paine, from Founder Institute and also a managing partner at Battle Ventures, regarding the opening of Founder Institute and how the course has been ongoing in Singapore for the past few weeks.
What’s the story behind Chlkboard and what followed after the launch of the first beta in 21 days? This Week in Asia has the story, in conjunction with Echelon 2010.
Founder Institute has extended its application deadline for its program in Singapore to 7 March 2010 and has also added four new mentors to guide startup founders.
Founder's Institute, a seed-stage mentoring and incubator program, officially announces a Spring 2010 semester for Singapore.
Singapore-based payment solutions provider 2C2P was declared one of the winners of the Red Herring Global 100 Award last Friday, out of 1,200 companies from North America, Europe, and Asia.
Last week, Singapore's startup scene witnessed an amazing success streak.
The National Research Foundation (NRF) recently announced its Technology Incubation Scheme (TIS) to attract both local and foreign technology incubator investors to set up in Singapore and spur the growth of early-stage, high-tech startups here.