Startup Profiles

This startup from Singapore is developing ChatGPT for health & wellness industry [Q&A]

In the interview, Dr Lim also shared his views on how advanced AI tools can help professionals in the health and wellness industries, the company’s goals, vision and mission, its business model, among others.

This Malaysian startup aims to address ‘screen time crisis’ among kids

Carrots&Cake is a parental control learning app, focusing on the science behind how kids interact with tech in order to try and change their behavior and build healthy habits.

PriyoShop’s Dipty Mandal on providing digital solutions for traditional retail [ORIGIN Innovation Awards Q&A]

"PriyoShop aims to create a perfect ecosystem for MSMEs by solving their end-to-end problems in terms of the supply chain, finance, managing their SKUs, and credit profiling. We are also going to launch a fintech solution called BNPL (buy now pay later) in collaboration with financial institutions to solve MSMEs' financial problems that will ensure their…

Here’s a closer look at the winners of She Loves Tech Global Competition 2022

We talked to the winners of She Loves Tech Global Winners 2022, to learn more about these female entrepreneurs, their ambition, their aspirations and their plans in 2023.

Singapore’s HealthTech firm Qritive aims to improve cancer diagnosis through AI [Q&A]

In the interview, Sathe also shared his views on the overall MedTech industry in Southeast Asia. Contrary to the general perception that it is often dominated by the western or advanced nations, he expects startups in Asia and Southeast Asia could completely transform the industry.

Thai startup ZTRUS aims to double revenue as it expands in home country & regionally

ZTRUS hopes to scale in Thailand within two years and shall explore some clients in Southeast Asia.

Indonesian culinary multi-brand firm Hangry eyes up to 100 outlets in 2022 while hunting for M&A targets

The company’s expansion will focus on Indonesia first before starting to expand regionally in 2024.

Vietnam’s Loship eyes opportunities in ‘quick commerce’ as it strives for NYSE listing by 2024

In the interview, Nguyen also shared his views on competition, Loship’s competitive advantages, the firm's planned timeline to profitability, and the latest progress of its US listing plan.

Bezos-backed Ula to scale up ‘pay later’ options for underserved small retailers in Indonesia

Indonesia’s retail market is estimated to be around $300 billion, of which 70-80 percent is traditional retail--with this market growing 8 percent year on year, the potential is enormous.