#Asia 37 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. Offpeak | Malaysia (Startup Profile)

Offpeak restaurant discovery startup that helps diners find and book restaurants outside of those businesses’ usual rush hours. It also serves as a restaurant discovery tool.

2. BeautyHooked | Pakistan

BeautyHooked is the first marketplace in Pakistan where users can browse salon and spa services, review prices and special offers, and book an appointment at a time of their choosing.

3. Glints | Singapore (Startup Profile)

Glints, a jobs discovery site for youths, focuses on helping youths discover their future careers and developing the right skill sets. It has a skills tree to guide the users’ progress and recommends job opportunities and education resources to acquire these skills.

4. Zilingo | Singapore (Startup Profile)

Online marketplace Zilingo wants to help small, independent offline sellers get online. The startup provides full back-end support to those sellers, which includes an online seller center and an app they can use to upload product listings, manage inventory, schedule pickups, and do customer care and marketing.

5. Lunch Actually | Singapore (Startup Profile)

Founded by husband and wife team, Lunch Actually runs three dating-related things – Esync, a website for matchmaking; dating consultancy service Lunch Actually; and LunchClick, an app that kills chat and gets people together to talk over a meal.

6. Travel Jar | India (Startup Profile)

Travel Jar is an app that helps tracks your treks in a live map and share pictures and updates about your travels. It also allows you to make short movies of the trip by adding different features such as pictures, moods, videos, locations, and so on.

7. Call Levels | Singapore (Startup Profile)

Call Levels developed an app that allows users to monitor financial markets in real time. When users’ specific assets reach pre-selected levels, they get a notification so they can act on that info.

8. CupidCare | India (Startup Profile)

Hyderabad-based CupidCare is sexual health and wellness startup that promises to let people consult specialists online – anonymously if they wish. They also offer counseling on how to improve communication with children on sexuality and abuse – a largely neglected field in India.

9. HaloDoc | Indonesia (Startup Profile)

HaloDoc is a healthcare app that offers a full range of services: online consultation, medicine delivery, on-demand lab tests, a hospital and doctor directory, as well as an appointment scheduler.

10. Cermati | Indonesia (Startup Profile)

Cermati is an online portal for finding and comparing financial products. It then lets credit-seekers apply for these online. The startup gets rewards for successful conversions.

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