#Asia 31 startups in Asia that caught our eye

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1. Offpeak | Malaysia (Startup Profile)

Restaurant discovery and express booking app Offpeak provides restaurant suggestion and discovery based on your location through a their app or platform. Users book a table at the restaurant of their choice and receive up to 50 percent discount on their check.


2. iPrice | Malaysia (Startup Profile)

Malaysia-based iPrice aggregates a multitude of ecommerce sites in Southeast Asia into a single shopping destination. It also offers an easy-to-use search and filter interface and personalizes the shopping experience through algorithms that learn from the consumer’s behavior.


3. DealStreetAsia | Singapore (Startup Profile)

Launched in October 2014, Singapore-based digital platform DealStreetAsia covers financial and economic news on Southeast Asia.


4. Giskaa | India (Startup Profile)

Giskaa is an online store that sells handicrafts, food, and other handmade items from the region. According to the founder, the store has a triple purpose – in addition to selling items, it also helps artisans in the region break into the ecommerce market, and educates people across India about northeast Indian culture.


5. Kashmi | Singapore) (Startup Profile)

Kashmi allows users to send and receive money regardless of which bank they’re using, and to split payments between groups. They can top up their mobile e-wallet using credit and debit cards or even wire transfer, and can sign up to the app with just a name and a phone number or email address.


6. Cardekho | India (Startup Profile)

Cardekho is a classifieds site for new and used cars. It also hosts an active forum, sells car accessories, and provides access to the latest automobile news.


7. HostelHunting | Malaysia

HostelHunting is a site that helps students search for accommodation within or near university campuses. All properties are verified and bookings come with a 100 percent refund guarantee. To facilitate the booking process, HostelHunting allows students and landlords to communicate with each other through a messaging feature.


8. Medd | India (Startup Profile)

Medd lets users search for and book medical tests at clinics of their choice. It also gives customers a digital dossier of their test records, and a choice to ask to collect their samples at home or at the office.


9. Mila | China

Shanghai-based startup Milais an indoor air purifier subscription service. Starting at fixed fee per month, subscribers get two Mila units for their homes, with new HEPA filters for each unit delivered automatically every three months.


10. WakingApp | Israel (Startup Profile)

WakingApp is set to launch a software which will help anyone create AR and VR content without writing even a single line of code. The content will be live within seconds of publishing, and transferable to all major platforms in use today.


11. Abyss | Australia

Sydney-based Abyss wants to make underwater robots attainable for smaller companies or even individuals. This can be achieved by incrementally improving on existing underwater robots. It currently has a working prototype that can collect image data, stitch this together to form a 3D model, and is developing algorithms to help detect faults. It’s still work in progress, but Abyss already has paying clients.


12. TopDoctorsOnline | India

TopDoctorsOnline likes to imagine itself as the Google, Amazon, and Whatsapp of the healthcare world, all rolled into one. Via the app, you can chat with one of the 15 general practitioners they employ, ask for specialized checks from the 50 “super specialists” and 10,000 doctor partners on board, book your ambulance service, a hospital bed, or get a partner lab to schedule a test at home.


12. Terraa | India

Developed by Divum Labs, Terraa is a grocery deliver startup equipped with a chat-like interface where users can select “prodicons”, or easy to load, emoticon-esque pictures of groceries that are carefully hand-drawn by the company’s design team. The chatbox acts like a shopping basket that collects and stores these prodicons. Because Terraa focuses deeply on customer data the company will use analytics and past data to figure out what you might want to order next.


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