#Asia 23 startups in Asia that caught our eye

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Here’s our newest round-up of the featured startups on our site this week. If you have startup tips or story suggestions, feel free to email us. Enjoy this week’s list!

1. DailyHunt | India (Startup Profile)

Formerly known as Newshunt, Dailyhunt is a Flipboard-like news aggregation app targeted at Indians.


2. Bolo.me | China

Chinese mobile ecommerce startup Bolo.me lets users purchase foreign products and have them shipped directly to China, but the twist is that those products are presented by hosts on interactive live streams.


3. Spacer | Australia

Spacer claims to be the solution for consumers looking for indoor and outdoor storage that could accommodate a variety of items. It could be anything – bulky stuff like boats, caravans, machinery, and cars or typical household items such as sporting equipment, clothing, and furniture.


4. Start Now | Singapore (Startup Profile)

Singapore-based social enterprise and civic technology startup Start Now offers a suite of software tools for NGOs and other social impact organizations. It combined its volunteer platform with management software for events, donations, and pro bono services, as well as with community engagement tools. It also manages corporate social responsibility programs.


5. Razorpay | India (Startup Profile)

Razorpay is an online payment gateway that aims to make card and netbanking transactions seamless to ensure higher success rates. The company’s checkout form can be integrated with the merchant’s site in less than 20 minutes using just a few lines of code.


6. Omise | Thailand (Startup Profile)

Thailand-based online payments startup Omise allows ecommerce merchants to accept credit card payments via its mobile and web interface and suite of APIs made for software developers. The company wants to be a one-stop shop for any online seller that wants a simple but complete solution for their transactions.


7. Qraved | Indonesia (Startup Profile)

Jakarta-based foodtech startup Qraved combines venue search and discovery features, user generated reviews, ratings, and photos, as well as discount offers at participating restaurants. It offers a restaurant directory, which covers more than 25,000 venues in Jakarta and Bali.


8. Volt | Istanbul (Startup Profile)

Volt is an inner-city ridesharing app with the vision of curing Istanbul of its traffic woes. It connects drivers with people going in the same direction. Passengers pay for the cost of the ride only.


9. Katsana | Malaysia (Startup Profile)

Katsana is a startup that offers GPS tracking and fuel monitoring systems for vehicles, with data analytics capabilities. It will also notify users if a car is moved out of a predefined area, signalling the possibility of theft.


10. Lifetrack | Philippines

Philippines-based Lifetrack Medical Systems radiology software platform pairs hospital residents with experienced radiologists who help evaluate medical images and send their reports. The senior radiologists can be located anywhere. The platform also contains “context-sensitive decision support,” making it perfect for continuing medical education courses and subspecialty training offered by institutions.


11. Tavaga | India

Tavaga is a platform to connect investors with portfolio managers. Keeping in mind its core target group of 25 to 35-year-olds, Tavaga wants to gamify the process of risk assessment and investment decision-making.


12. Parcelled | India (Startup Profile)

Door-to-door courier service Parcelled conducts end-to-end delivery of package shipping and tracks the entire process from pickup to delivery. It works mostly with small ecommerce businesses, ecommerce returns, and gifting.

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