#Asia 24 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. Wifigen | Pakistan (Startup Profile)

Wifigen sells itself to businesses, such as restaurants, cafes, and stores, as a way to offer wifi to customers while getting back a wealth of data on those visitors from their social media logins – such as demographics, preferences, and frequency of visit.


2. StitchMyFit | India (Startup Profile)

Mumbai-based StitchMyFit lets women upload their measurements and order clothes from the startup’s partner boutiques in customized designs. Buyers get their clothes delivered to their homes, and their numbers are then stored for all future orders.


3. Eatigo | Thailand (Startup Profile)

Eatigo allows people to make restaurant bookings and get discounts of as much as 50 percent. But unlike usual deals sites, the startup sends discounted customers to restaurants during off-peak hours such as before or after the lunchtime or dinner rush.


4. Civilsdaily | India (Startup Profile)

Delhi-based Civilsdaily is a education and media startup that offers news with context, not keywords. The company offers information on events online and in a mobile app in flashcard format, simplified down to bullet points for easy consumption.


5. HapPay | India) (Startup Profile)

Bangalore-based HapPay cuts down the paper trail and number of staff members required to handle employee expenses. Instead, the service consolidates them into a Visa card that allows the reimbursing company to remain more in control of their expenses than if it had used a card obtained through a bank.


6. Ruangguru | Indonesia (Startup Profile)

Indonesian education tech startup Ruangguru is an online platform connecting tutors to students. Lessons offered include school subjects, music, sports, foreign languages, and more. The startup boasts high-quality tutors, picking them among top university students and experienced teachers.


7. Customer360 | India (Startup Profile)

Mumbai-based Customer360 provides live chat and mobile in-app tools on the cloud for customer support. The startup announced its acquisition yesterday by US-based Interactive Intelligence, a provider of cloud-based customer engagement software, for an undisclosed amount.


8. MockBank | India (Startup Profile)

Bangalore-based MockBank helps users prepare for the tests for various government job positions, from stenographers to IT officers. Jobs in the public sector, banking, and insurance are also part of the roster.


9. Magnet | China

Magnet is a WeChat app and separate SDK that aims to bring ecommerce-like convenience and insights to brick and mortar shops. For instance, users can skip the lengthy concession lines, using a Magnet-fueled WeChat service to order and pay for food and drinks straight from their phones.


10. StrollUp | India

StrollUp is a Delhi-based startup that helps create local outings through its app. It has a list of 1,500 places in Delhi might surprise even long-time residents of the Indian capital. It also has 1,000 options for Bangalore. Besides, it curates 100 plus events to attend every week in each city.


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