20 startups in Asia that caught our eye

Tech in Asia Sept 10, 2017

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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. Event Pop | Thailand (Startup Profile)

Events management and ticketing startup Event Pop provides a range of services – from customizable web pages for events and digital and physical ticketing to event check-in tools, as well as analytics. It claims to have served over 3,000 events including festivals since its 2015 launch.

2. PolicyStreet | Malaysia (Startup Profile)

PolicyStreet acts as a marketing and technology partner for insurers and curates cheap insurance products targeted towards specific groups. It aims to advance inclusive insurance to help urban poor, emerging middle-income, millennials, and interest groups obtain adequate insurance protection.

3. Campaign.com | Indonesia (Startup Profile)

Campaign.com helps community leaders organize around a social cause. It works with communities who want to achieve societal change to define campaign goals, helps them set up websites and monitoring tools, and connects them to a wider network. It has a companion app that links community organizers to each other.

4. WAmazing | Japan (Startup Profile)

Mobile SIM service WAmazing allows foreign travellers to register before they arrive, saving hassle once their trip starts. The startup is also offering hotel reservations within its app. The app also provides an Uber-esque feature for travelers to hail a taxi.

5. iResidenz | Malaysia (Startup Profile)

Online property management platform iResidenz connects property owners, managers, and tenants. Tenants can use the portal to access bills, make payments, book facilities, and submit complaints. Meanwhile, property owners and managers are given access to real-time reports and an automation feature for select administrative tasks.

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Source: https://www.techinasia.com/asian-startup-list-10-september-2017