#Asia 27 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. SigTuple | India (Startup Profile)

Healthcare AI startup SigTuple uses computer vision and artificial intelligence for diagnosis. The startup has tied up with partner hospitals and diagnostic labs for a supply of visual data to feed its AI engine. It has also been running pilot programs in 17 medical institutions to validate its AI product.


2. Moka | Indonesia (Startup Profile)

Indonesian startup Moka offers point-of-sales, cash flow management, and a customer relationship management tool for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). It replaces traditional cash registers with a cloud-based software that runs on iOS and Android devices.


3. WeaverStory | India

WeaverStory sells handloom Banarasi saris online to clients across 20 countries with an average transaction value of US$300. The startup claims that unlike other apparel startups, their logistics costs work out well because they sell a high-end product and don’t do large volumes.


4. mClinica | Singapore (Startup Profile)

Singapore-based mClinica’s mobile technology connects drug companies, their distributors, pharmacies, and patients on a common platform. By unifying them, the company’s network collects comprehensive data that allows for the deployment of programs to improve patients’ health outcomes and access to affordable medicine.


5. zoojoo.BE | India (Startup Profile)

Bangalore-based Zoojoo.be is an employee wellness company and its mission is measurably improve happiness in the world. Through a mobile app, company employees can form teams and compete with the objective of building and keeping good habits. That can include drinking water, exercising, eating well, and spending time with family.


6. Truebil | India (Startup Profile)

Mumbai-based Truebil is an online used car seller. It claims it is seeing a 20 percent month-on-month growth, has more than 3000 verified cars registered to its portal, and has so far sold more than 2,500 cars in Mumbai, worth a gross merchandise value of US$16 million.


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