#Asia 41 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. DatastreamX | Singapore (Startup Profile)

Singapore-based online marketplace DatastreamX contains data for weather, traffic, finance, and more. It helps businesses find streams they’re looking for as well as make money by selling their own data on the marketplace.


2. GlobalTix | Singapore (Startup Profile)

GlobalTix is an e-ticketing platform that bringa everything together and users can buy day-trips and venue tickets online. The startup is currently working with destination partners in Singapore, Bintan, Batam, Bali, Bangkok, Osaka, and Tokyo


3. Masii | Thailand (Startup Profile)

Masii is a comparison site that gives transparent credit card and car insurance quotes from nearly all of Thailand’s major banks and insurers. Users may filter their search depending on what they’re looking for.


4. Peto | Indonesia (Startup Profile)

Peto provides a platform for pet owners that want more one-on-one dates for their furry friends. Pet owners can chat and eventually agree on a one-on-one “Peto Date” based on distance, pet breed, and gender of both pets and owners. The startup aims to connect pet lovers (who might also be single working professionals) in a more personal level.


5. Easyship | Hong Kong (Startup Profile)

Logistics startup Easyship came up with a solution: an end-to-end process for pickup, packing, labelling, shipping, and tracking of goods. It evolved into a cloud API for couriers. The service is free, and sellers only pay couriers to ship their items out, with discounts of up to 70 percent on normal rates


6. Revv | India (Startup Profile)

India startup Revv offers cars on rent. You can choose a car from Revv’s website or app (available on iOS and Android), get it delivered at your doorstep, use it, and have it picked up when you’re done. The startup claims that they have served around 30,000 users.


7. Tjaara | Singapore (Startup Profile)

Tjaara is a marketplace that connects manufacturers and foreign companies to wholesalers and small businesses. Merchants that usually can’t afford to buy from manufacturers directly use Tjaara. The startup’s services encompass this entire cycle, including product search, translation, ordering, logistics, and more.


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