Join Techsauce’s startup pitching in Tokyo to learn about SEA’s opportunities & get you ready for the global summit finale

The ”Techsauce Roadshow in Japan" will be held on March 18 at Startup Hub Tokyo. This is an event where you can meet startups, corporates and media from Southeast Asia. One of the sessions includes "How Japanese Startups Can Expand to Southeast Asia: The Challenges and Opportunities,” a fireside chat with Jun Hasegawa, CEO of Omise who just raised a series-B funding round at 17.5 million USD.... read more

How Startups Can Overcome Challenges in Myanmar

In our previous post, we outlined some of the challenges that Myanmar has in the coming years ahead. Just like any other country, these challenges will take time, patience, and cooperation from all stakeholders. However, what should entrepreneurs with an idea do in the meantime? Should they wait for improvements in internet or traffic? Should they wait to see how their idea or something similar plays out in other markets over the next year?... read more

HUBBA FELLOWSHIP: Pre-Accelerator Program Hot 2017

HUBBA, co-working space network and startup community, has launched their first 'Pre-Accelerator' program called 'HUBBA FELLOWSHIP' with supporting of ‘Tigers@mekong’ and community partner ‘Discovery HUBBA’ to help prevent startups from making these common mistakes. This beta version of the Pre-Accelerator Workshop is a four week program focused on Market Validation, Minimum Viable Product Development, and Immediate Product Launch. After this initial four week beta program,... read more

Overcoming and Addressing the Challenges in Myanmar Requires Both the Private and Public Sector

Myanmar, a country that continues to get international coverage for its development and conflict, has some very important years ahead. The opportunities and challenges, which we’ve previously outlined, are tremendous. To tackle these challenges, Myanmar needs to view the decade through the lens of an engineer: take the big problem – Myanmar’s infrastructure, transportation, productivity, social conflict, etc – and break them down into smaller problems.... read more