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

How to build a successful marketplace platform in Southeast Asia – Key Takeaway Points and Lessons Learned from Tarad and Builk

Marketplaces might be difficult business to run. Like all multi-side platform businesses, they suffer from the classic chicken and egg problem. The technology has no value unless buyers and seller are present. In this article from techsaucesummit 2016, you can learn from the experts what are the key success factors when you want to launch marketplace platform in…... read more

Exclusive Interview with Tom and Paul Srivorakul : How to keep the level of creative thinking alive as a startup grows and other opinion pieces on Thailand’s ecosystem

"A great event that brings like minds together." That's how Tom Srivorakul described his experience at the Techsauce Summit, and we caught up with Tom and his brother Paul for an exclusive interview with Techsauce. For new startups, Paul recommended looking first at the market landscape - figuring out whether your new idea will be…... read more

How do big enterprises work with startups?

500 Startups is the most active seed investor in the world, having made about 1600 investments across the world in the past 6 years, and even partnered to start the 500 Tuktuks startup fund in Thailand. 500 Startups partnered with Insead graduate business school to look at how the 2000 biggest companies in the world…... read more