Techsauce’s startup pitching hits Singapore on April 21 – Singapore startups apply now!

Calling all Singapore founders: your chance to pitch to Global investors managing over $2 Billion USD in capital, connect to biz dev opportunities with the largest conglomerates in Thailand and Asia and be part of Southeast Asia’s freshest and edgiest tech conference and after parties with 6000 other attendees at Techsauce Global Summit 2017 has arrived – X2 flights,…... read more

Japan roadshow in a nutshell: Pocket Concierge wins, SEA expansion tips from Omise and Arcterus

Two weeks ago, Techsauce's Global Summit Roadshow hit Japan on March 18th at Startup Hub Tokyo when Japanese startups, corporates, and media came together to experience a taste of what is to come as Thailand's largest startup event brought its roadshow to Japan. The evening culminated with the special "Techsauce Global Summit" roadshow pitching competition that is being held in a total of 6 cities leading up to the grand finale in Bangkok on July 28-29 of this year.... read more

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

10 Practical Secrets to Help You Conquer Your B2B Space Today

You don’t have to strike around blindly hoping for success. There’s actually a few things you can do right today if you want to make it big in a B2B space. Here we bring you 10 practical strategies to conquer your B2B space, as shared by Tikhon Bernstam – founder of the world’s largest document-sharing…... read more

The Story Behind Thapster and What’s next?

Touch screens and rhythm tapping games just make sense, which is why there are probably millions of them out there in the various app stores of the world. In Thailand, however, the only big name in rhythm games is Thapster, the rhythm game app released in 2012 that became widely popular thanks to its use…... read more