Asia: Page 2
CTV and OTT know no borders. Having become a leading trend in the U.S. and Europe, it's poised to transform the Asia-Pacific region as well, starting with China.
CTV y OTT no conocen fronteras. Habiéndose convertido en una tendencia líder en los EE. UU. Y Europa, también está lista para transformar la región de Asia y el Pacífico, comenzando por China.
Long-time friends John Patrick Mullin and Will Corkin's curiosity and ambition led them to become serial founders in Asia.
The investment round was led by Cool Japan Fund and National Development Fund with participation from existing investors Monk's Hill Ventures and MindWorks Capital
Several factors make Asian markets a prime breeding ground for new insurtech products and business models. For openers, the markets are huge
Herbert R. Sim's experience in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry will prove invaluable to the company's global ambitions, says Richard Verkley, CEO of Karuschain
Our infograph, based on Robocash's study, outlines countries in South and Southeast Asia that offer the best prospects for online consumer microlending at the moment
According to a World Economic Forum report Taiwan is in the midst of an innovation-driven economy, but these findings are unsurprising
Asia poised to drive the next biggest market growth in voice tech
Her passion to create a business where the idea was not just about making money, but helping to make a difference in people's lives by helping them find their life-long happiness led her to launch Lunch Actually in 2004 in Singapore
In these countries there is the easy availability of amazing workers, purchasing power capabilities and much more through which you can easily convert your dreams into reality
While the top spot was clinched by Singapore, it dethroned the US which was on the top spot last year, India, not-so-far behind in the list, jumped one spot from last year and secured the 43rd rank
E-payment has become an indispensable and specialized tool for people across the world. How will it evolve in the next five years?
French chef Julien Royer, founder of Singapore-based restaurant Odette, has named his eatery after her