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Articles about Start-Ups
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Jolla's handset release this week is the culmination of two years' hard graft. How did the Finnish startup manage it, and what's it working on next?
Shop, click, and delivery in an hour. Singapore is a perfect place for this to happen, with its ubiquitous shopping malls and megamarts, so why isn't anyone doing it yet?
Google on Thursday announced the global launch of Google Partners, a program designed to help agencies and web professionals succeed online making it easier to access Google resources, training, and support all in one place.
An all-in-one device for credit and debit cards sounds both antiquated and too-good-to-be-true all at the same time. So which is it?
While cloud collaboration is nothing new, this Bangalore-based startup aspires to drive social work management with the key being on streamlining the entire workflow, especially with its app builder and workflow designer.
Norway's government has unveiled a seed fund for new tech businesses with international potential.
Silicon Valley startup is growing 30 percent each year, offering a cloud-based platform to manage corporate discounts--a concept new to the U.S. but mature in Japan, says co-founder Taro Fukuyama.
Tunnel vision is a challenge for most startup owners. Listening, avoiding micromanagement, closing the feedback loop and self-awareness can help overcome this issue.
Airtasker is focusing on temporary recruitment and growing its mobile platforms.
Salesforce.com's annual conference brought together many great startups among the 135,000 registrants. Invoca, Introhive, and Addvocate are among the best of these startups.
Singapore-based fashion social network secures another US$3 million in Series B funding, beefing up its current total to US$6.06 million, which it plans to use to expand across Southeast Asia.
Crowdfunding resource site Kickstarter is the ultimate in financial freedom for many who couldn't fund their projects any other way. But I hate it. It has one significant flaw that I can't get past: all or nothing funding.
At this year's Slush startup conference, businesses big and small shared their wisdom on how to make it big with the Helsinki crowd.
Rocket Internet's car classifieds site is firmly camped in Myanmar, despite it having one of the world's lowest Internet penetration rates.