#Asia 34 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. Venteny | Philippines (Startup Profile)

Employee benefits platform Venteny lets businesses provide their staff perks like discounts at restaurants, gyms, and hotels. It also offers short-term loans for employees in partnership with banks and other financial institutions.

2. Crafted By My Heart | Hong Kong

Crafted By My Heart allows users to present their heartbeat on top of a ring in a 3D fashion. With a smartphone, users can pick between ring designs and use phone light and camera measure the heartbeat based on the subtle changes of color on the skin of the finger.

3. Delivereat | Malaysia (Startup Profile)

Online food delivery service Delivereat offers a variety of cuisines from more than 200 restaurants in Penang, where it has become a household name. It currently services more than 40,000 customers a month.

4. Cadence | China (Startup Profile)

Cadence offers a remote interpretation service that connects simultaneous interpreters to clients in real-time. In particular, the startup is targeting hedge funds and investors, who often have to conduct due diligence or listen in on key earnings calls with foreign companies and executives.

5. TotallyAwesome | Singapore

Singapore-based TotallyAwesome allows brands to put their wares in front of children. It matches brands with relevant content publishers, delivering marketing campaigns for kids. Those campaigns are guaranteed compliant with data protection laws covering children.

6. Bumpadum | India

Based in Bangalore, Bumpadum makes and supplies adorable printed cloth diapers for children online. The startup claims it is the only cloth diaper company that manufactures in India. It sells with the help of social media – Amazon, Instagram, and Facebook, besides its own website.

7. FlySpaces | Philippines (Startup Profile)

Headquartered in Manila, FlySpaces lets office space owners list underutilized assets, be it meeting rooms, desks in a shared space, or private offices. Those looking for flexible work arrangements can book whatever suits their needs at a given time. Besides Philippines, it is available in Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta.

8. PolicyPal | Singapore (Startup Profile)

Singapore-based digital insurance app PolicyPal displays all your existing insurance coverage plans on a single screen. It’ll tell you when to renew specific plans as well as when a premium payment is due.

9. Klook | Hong Kong (Startup Profile)

Klook connects with tour and experience providers around the world, giving users an easy way to book. The startup takes a commission from each tour booked. The service, which saw 5 million bookings in 2016, now covers 80 destinations around the world and most of its users are in Asia.

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