Forbes Asia 100 To Watch 2022

Asia-Pacific’s small companies and startups on the rise

As Asia-Pacific moves into post-pandemic mode, the qualities of creativity, resilience and capacity for change shine through in the second Forbes Asia 100 to Watch list. We spotlight 100 small companies and startups across the region that are addressing real-world challenges with fresh thinking and innovative products and services. These include faster blood tests, more accessible elderly care services, and well-being apps to help those struggling with isolation or burnout. Others on our list are taking aim at climate change, through uber-long-lasting batteries, for example, and more-resilient crops. Some offer fintech solutions to digitalize—and connect—underserved markets. Fifteen countries and territories are represented across 11 categories that include biotechnology and healthcare, e-commerce and retail, and finance. Singapore’s vibrant startup community contributed 19 companies to the list, followed closely by Hong Kong with 16.

Edited by John Kang and Catherine Wang

Editing assistance and reporting by Yue Wang

Additional reporting by Jayde Cheung, Zinnia Lee, Yessar Rosendar, Simran Vaswani and Ardian Wibisono

METHODOLOGY: To select our 100 to Watch, Forbes Asia solicited online submissions, and invited accelerators, incubators, SME advocacy organizations, universities, venture capitalists and others to nominate companies as well. The final 100 was selected from over 650 submissions. To qualify for consideration, companies had to be headquartered in the Asia-Pacific region, privately owned, for profit, have no more than $50 million in its latest annual revenue and have no more than $100 million in total funding through Aug. 1. Our team evaluated each submission, looking at metrics such as a positive impact on the region or industry, a track record of strong revenue growth or ability to attract funding, promising business models or markets, and a persuasive story. The editors reserve the right to remove or replace any company or individual included in a list in light of any new information that would disqualify them from inclusion.

From left: AgroStar cofounders Shardul Sheth and Sitanshu Sheth.




Category: Agriculture

Year founded: 2013 • CEO: Shardul Sheth

Key backers: Aavishkaar Capital, Accel, Bertelsmann India Investments, British International Investment, Chiratae Ventures, Evolvence, Hero Enterprise, International Finance Corporation, Rabo Frontier Ventures, Schroders Capital

AgroStar’s mission is to “help farmers win” by providing advisory services to improve crop yields and the chance to connect with exporters. It also launched a quality assurance lab in May to test seeds and fertilizers. The startup says its digital network spans over 6.5 million farmers across India, and it processes roughly 70 million data points a month to tailor recommendations. Through the AgroStar app, farmers can ask questions to experienced “AgroDoctors,” watch tutorials on topics such as soil quality, and network with other farmers. So far it has raised $96 million in funding.

AI For Pet

South Korea

Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Euna Hur

Key backers: Google for Startups, Industrial Bank of Korea, Korea Asset Investment Securities, Postech Holdings, Shinhan Square Bridge

AI For Pet operates an app that can detect eye and skin diseases in cats and dogs using software that analyzes photos users take with their phones. Over 1 million samples of imaging data, labeled by veterinary experts, were used to develop its AI models, the company says.



Category: Finance

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Dima Djani

Key backers: AC Ventures, East Ventures, FEBE Ventures, Golden Gate Ventures, Lendable, Tryb Group, Quona Capital

Alami aims to transform the Islamic finance industry, starting with its Sharia-compliant peer-to-peer lending platform for small and midsized businesses. The startup says its annual disbursement growth tripled over the past two years as it tapped into Indonesia’s growing fish farming and logistic sectors, to bring the total to over $200 million disbursed so far.



Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2022 • CEO: Justin Kim

Key backers: Collaborative Fund, Goodwater Capital, January Capital, K3 Ventures, Meta, Strong Ventures

Ami, a “human-centric” mental wellness startup, pairs employees with mental-health professionals to help improve workplace well-being in Asia. The startup has raised $4 million to date and serves over 20 companies and startups in Singapore and Indonesia, with plans to expand into South Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand and Vietnam.

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Category: Agriculture

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Neetu Yadav

Key backers: Beenext,, Susquehanna Asia

Animall lets farmers in India trade cattle directly with each other via its app. The startup, which began in 2019, has now reached more than 8 million dairy farmers, it says. Animall has supported 850,000 cattle sales in the past three years. It also trades its own animals.


South Korea

Category: Consumer Technology

Year founded: 2015 • CEOs: Junyoung Kim, Soyeon Yoon

Key backers: Daol Investment, KB Investment, Reverent Partners, Samsung Venture Investment, Shinhan Capital, SoftBank Ventures Asia

Apartmentary aims to digitalize South Korea’s large but fragmented home renovation market. The Seoul-based startup developed a website and app for end-to-end home renovation services. It claims almost 60% of its customers were very satisfied with its services, higher than the industry average.


Hong Kong

Category: Construction & Engineering

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Vriko Yu

Key backer: HKSTP

A spinoff company from the University of Hong Kong, ArchiREEF is on a mission to restore coral reefs destroyed by climate change with 3D-printed terracotta tiles. The company works with the governments of Hong Kong and Abu Dhabi, and aims to replace 4,000 coral fragments across the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans by 2025.

Astro Technologies



Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2021 • CEO: Vincent Tjendra

Key backers: AC Ventures, Accel, Citius, Global Founders Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Sequoia India, Tiger Global

Astro Technologies promises a 15-minute delivery of groceries to 50 locations in the greater Jakarta area. To ensure on-time delivery, it operates a network of dark stores—distribution centers for online shopping—and claims to have 1,500 dedicated drivers. The startup says it raised $91.6 million from three funding rounds.

Atom Semiconductor Technologies

Hong Kong

Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: George Yuan

Key backers: Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund, HKSTP, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Qiming Venture Partners

Founded by George Yuan, a Hong Kong University of Science and Technology electrical engineering professor who earned a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, Atom Semiconductor Technologies is one of Hong Kong’s few semiconductor companies. It designs high-performance signal-chain chip solutions for the Internet of Things, with consumer, medical and industrial applications.

Avant Meats

Hong Kong

Category: Food & Hospitality

Year founded: 2018 • CEO: Carrie Chan

Key backers: Artesian, China Venture Capital, CPT Capital, Good Startup, HKSTP, Lever VC, ParticleX, Regal Hotels International, S2G Ventures, SWEN Blue Ocean, Thia Ventures

Using cell-culture technology, Avant Meats is growing fish filets and fish maw (air bladders), which are considered a delicacy in China. The startup has raised about $14 million in funding so far, and is planning to launch a pilot plant in Singapore next year.



Category: Finance

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Dino Setiawan

Key backers: Global Brain, IFC, Insignia Ventures Partners

AwanTunai provides Indonesia’s larger grocery stores as well as mom-and-pop shops with online financing and payment services, helping to digitalize an otherwise offline sector that mainly relies on cash transactions. Its app also connects stores with suppliers and provides inventory and order management services.


South Korea

Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2012 • CEO: Donghwan Kim

Key backers: Altos Ventures, IMM Investment

Backpackr operates an online marketplace for handmade goods called Idus, a Korean version of Etsy. Idus has garnered more than 5 million downloads on the Google Play store and about 30,000 artisans are on the platform. In 2015, Backpackr acquired crowdfunding site Tumblbug to develop a creator ecosystem.


From left: Baraja cofounders Federico Collarte and Cibby Pulikkaseril.



Category: Logistics & Transportation

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Federico Collarte

Key backers: Blackbird Ventures, HESTA, Hitachi Construction Machinery, InterValley Ventures, Main Sequence, Perennial Partners, Regal Funds Management, Sequoia China

Based on lidar technology—which uses lasers to detect objects—Baraja developed a product called Spectrum-Scan that makes self-driving safer. The Sydney-based startup says Spectrum-Scan uses refractive optics to increase the resolution and range of object detection. Last year, Baraja raised A$40 million ($28 million) in series B funding led by Blackbird Ventures.


From left: Bifrost cofounders Aravind Kandiah and Charles Wong.



Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Charles Wong

Key backers: Cap Vista, Champion Hill Ventures, Hustle Fund, Lux Capital, Sequoia India, Wavemaker Partners

Bifrost is addressing the biggest hindrance to developing AI: collecting and annotating vast amounts of data. Instead of manually collecting data, the startup builds virtual worlds to create synthetic datasets that train AI models for applications in areas such as gaming, the metaverse, mobility, robotics, space and defense.



Category: Agriculture

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Nukul Upadhye

Key backers: Bertelsmann India, ON Mauritius, RTP Global, Sequoia India

Bijak aims to digitalize India’s agricultural sector through its B2B commodity trading platform. To simplify the process of finding reliable trade partners, its app supports online payments, and includes a rating system for users to leave reviews. The startup says its 30,000 users are spread across 27 Indian states.



Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2015 • CEO: Siddharth Vij

Key backers: InfoEdge, Matrix Partners India, Sequoia India, WaterBridge Ventures

Bijnis cuts out the middleman and lets India’s manufacturers sell directly online, while also offering them credit, payment and logistics services. The startup says its app is used by more than 5,000 factories producing apparel and lifestyle products. Its separate “buyer app” serves more than 100,000 retailers.

Blue Wall Technologies


Category: Construction & Engineering

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Jeffrey Bai

Key backers: GGV Capital, Hearst Ventures, ZhenFund

Blue Wall Technologies’ cloud-based collaboration platform allows real estate companies to manage projects throughout the sales cycle, including tenders, construction, sales and leasing. Despite the Chinese property downturn, Blue Wall Technologies in March bagged $7.4 million in a round led by the venture capital arm of U.S. media giant Hearst Corp.

Bone’s Technology

Hong Kong

Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2018 • CEO: Chi Ma

Key backers: HKSTP, Hong Kong Innovation and Technology Commission, MiraclePlus, Sequoia China, Shukun Technology

Bone’s Technology develops surgical robots and computer systems to make orthopedic surgery safer and bone health assessments more accurate. The startup says its technology, developed by chief technology officer Huan Qi, who earned a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering from Oxford University, can raise the accuracy of bone quality testing from 60% to over 90%.



Category: Education & Recruitment

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Tomy Yunus Tjen

Key backers: Heritas Capital, Indonesia Impact Fund, KB Investment, Mandiri Capital Indonesia, MDI Ventures

Cakap helps Indonesian workers learn other languages online. According to its website, the startup has connected over 2.5 million students studying English, Japanese, Korean and Chinese with over 1,500 teachers through text and video calls. Cakap has also begun to explore using virtual reality and a metaverse platform for its services.



Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Wen Shaw

Key backers: Pear VC, Sequoia India

Customer relationship management software Cooby helps streamline B2C sales on WhatsApp. Its platform for the messaging app allows businesses to analyze conversations with customers, aggregate contacts and share statistics about team performance. With a total of $2.9 million in funding, the startup claims its users span over 80 countries.



Category: Construction & Engineering

Year founded: 2015 • CEO: Jie Li

Key backers: IDG Capital, Lenovo Capital, Susquehanna Asia

Using extended reality (XR) technology, DataMesh enables real-life inspection of construction projects before completion. It has been deployed to simulate the construction of the venue for the SAGA2024 Japan Games and National Sports Festival for People with Disabilities. DataMesh says it has about 200 clients.



Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Mulyono Xu

Key backers: 5Y Capital, East Ventures, Fosun RZ Capital, January Capital, Jungle Ventures

Using Desty’s service, merchants in Indonesia with no coding skills are said to be able to easily create online stores and social media landing pages. The startup also offers features to manage inventories and provide customer metrics. Desty claims nearly 1 million merchants use its services.


Hong Kong

Category: Food & Hospitality

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Ben Wong

Key backers: Cyberport, HKSTP, Pareto Holdings, Y Combinator

DimOrder started out helping restaurants digitize their menus and then expanded to providing a one-stop platform that enables order and inventory management, payment processing, income analytics and marketing. In the past year, more than 1,000 restaurants started using its platform, it says, including Singapore billionaire Zhang Yong’s Haidilao hotpot chain.

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South Korea

Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Jiho Jang

Key backers: CRIT Ventures, Hashed, Saehan Venture Capital, SoftBank Ventures Asia

The telemedicine startup partners with hospitals and pharmacies to provide remote treatment and prescription-drug delivery services. Its app has reached more than a million downloads on the Google Play store, making it one of the top medical apps in South Korea. The startup said it raised $32 million in funding in June.

DP Technology


Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2018 • CEO: Weijie Sun

Key backers: Baidu Ventures, Crystal Stream Capital, Hillhouse Capital, Matrix Partners China, Source Code Capital, Qiming Venture Partners, Vision Plus Capital

DP Technology seeks to reduce the high cost associated with drug discovery through AI. The company uses quantum mechanics to develop algorithms that simulate how disease-causing proteins may work. Its partnerships with biopharma companies include Wuxi Biortus Biosciences and Hong Kong-listed Hansoh Pharmaceutical.



Category: Finance

Year founded: 2013 • CEO: Michael Shang

Key backers: IDG Capital, Taiyou Fund, ZhenFund

Founded by former international students, the fintech startup helps process tuition payments from overseas students. EasyTransfer says it has serviced more than 250,000 students from over 30 countries since its founding. It has also developed an anti-money laundering platform, based on machine learning, that improves compliance reviews and fraud risk identification.



Category: Finance

Year founded: 2017 • CEO: Gregory Van

Key backers: K3 Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Prosus Ventures, Singtel Innov8, SoftBank Ventures Asia, UBS

Digital wealth platform Endowus provides investment advisory services and allows users to manage their private cash savings as well as contributions to Singapore’s Central Provident Fund. The startup is looking to expand to Hong Kong this year.



Category: Education & Recruitment

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Ajay Prakash

Key backers: Blackbird Ventures, Possible Ventures, Startmate, TEN13

Education startup EntryLevel’s mission is to reskill 1 billion people through online cohort-based programs. To join a six-week class, users pay a $99 bond, which is refunded when they graduate, or they can opt for premium perks like extra content. The startup says its course completion rate is up to 20 times that of competitors, such as Coursera or General Assembly.



Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Alexander Friedhoff

Key backers: Ayala Ventures, Foxmont Capital Partners, Gobi Partners, JG Digital Equity Ventures

Etaily aims to digitalize retail in Southeast Asia by helping stores embrace e-commerce. Its smart services for shops include tech support, operations, branding and data management. Led by former executives of online fashion retailer Zalora, Etaily claims its revenue growth increased eightfold in 2022.

Euler Motors


Category: Logistics & Transportation

Year founded: 2018 • CEO: Saurav Kumar

Key backers: ADB Ventures, Blume Ventures, Jetty Ventures

Euler Motors’ flagship product is an electric three-wheeler called HiLoad, which touts a driving range of up to 151km and can be charged within 15 minutes. The startup also operates its own charging network and an app that lets users monitor their vehicles.

Fable Food


Category: Food & Hospitality

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Michael Fox

Key backers: Blackbird Ventures, Grok Ventures, K3 Ventures

Cofounded by a vegetarian, a fine-dining chef and an organic mushroom farmer, Fable Food offers a plant-based meat alternative made from shiitake mushrooms. The startup provides ready-to-eat meal boxes, such as “beef” stroganoff and curry rice, and supplies food chains including Australia’s Grill’d Healthy Burgers.

Fano Labs

Fano Labs founder Miles Wen.


Hong Kong

Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2014 • CEO: Miles Wen

Key backers: HKSTP, Horizons Ventures, Saltagen Ventures, University of Hong Kong

An AI startup spun off from the University of Hong Kong, Fano Labs specializes in speech recognition and natural language processing technologies. Its products help companies with their customer service, compliance and sales. The startup says it counts over 40 finance and telecoms companies and government bodies as customers.



Category: Finance

Year founded: 2017 • CEO: Huy Nghiem

Key backers: Insignia Ventures Partners, Openspace Ventures, Thien Viet Securities

Through its micro-investment and wealth management platform, Finhay aims to offer a one-stop shop for investors in Vietnam. The startup says its 2.7 million app users can start investing with as little as $2.20, improving financial inclusion. Finhay’s institutional partners include Dragon Capital and Malaysian bank CIMB Group.


From left: FRND cofounders Hardik Bansal, Bhanu Pratap Singh Tanwar and Harshvardhan Chhangani.

Courtesy of FRND


Category: Consumer Technology

Year founded: 2018 • CEO: Bhanu Pratap Singh Tanwar

Key backers: Elevation Capital, India Quotient, Krafton

Dating app FRND helps users connect while playing online games. To help break the ice, the company’s matchmakers kickstart audio-based conversations, which are designed to be fun—and safe—experiences. FRND says the app has been downloaded more than 5 million times, and has a rating of 4.2 out of 5 on Google Play.



Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2018 • CEO: James Chiu

Key backers: BAI Capital, CCV Capital, Unity Ventures

G-hcare works with Chinese insurers including China Life, China Taiping and Ping An to develop and sell tailored life and healthcare insurance products. It also provides add-on services such as healthcare consulting and insurance for overseas treatment, which its enterprise customers can then market to their users.

Gense Technologies

Hong Kong

Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2017 • CEO: Justin Chan

Key backers: Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, ParticleX

Gense Technologies aims to make medical checkups possible at home. The startup developed a medical-imaging device and accompanying app to identify diseases in the lungs, kidneys and liver at an early stage. The technology can also monitor chronic diseases affecting vital organs.


GoKwik cofounders.



Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Chirag Taneja

Key backers: Matrix Partners India, RTP Global, Sequoia India, Think Investments

Launched during the pandemic, e-commerce startup GoKwik’s mission is to help direct-to-consumer brands and marketplaces increase their sales. Its AI and machine learning software assists online checkouts, automatically correcting addresses and confirming orders. The startup claims it has been used by over 250 brands, to help create more than $1 billion of gross merchandise value.




Category: Agriculture

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Pankaj Prakash Mahalle

Key backers: Acumen, Indian Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare

GramHeet, a blend of two Marathi words that translates into “prosperity of the village,” aims to help India’s farmers store and profit from their harvests. Through its app, farmers can access GramHeet’s storage services, which the startup claims can increase the shelf life of grains by up to 12 months, and directly sell to buyers.

From left: Grand Rise Technology cofounders Pauline Li and Tenny Lam.


Grand Rise Technology

Hong Kong

Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Tenny Lam

Key backers: HKSTP, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Using proprietary nanotechnology, biotech startup Grand Rise Technology makes health and safety products derived from biodegradable materials, including crustacean shells and thyme. The startup’s InnoCoatex antimicrobial coating is applied to textiles like masks and wipes. It also makes an edible coating that can protect foods from germs and extend the shelf life of fruits. As sanitizing becomes the norm in the wake of the pandemic, Grand Rise Technology says its formulation is safer than that of commercial disinfectants.

Grit Biotechnology


Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Yarong Liu

Key backers: Apricot Capital, Decheng Capital, Hillhouse Capital, Matrix Partners China, Sherpa Capital

Novel cell therapy company Grit Biotechnology seeks to treat cancer and tumors by enhancing lymphocytes, a type of immune system cell. The startup extracts and then cultivates a patient’s disease-fighting lymphocytes before re-injecting the modified cells. Grit Biotechnology says it entered clinical trials in China in April, having raised a total of $40 million.

Gusto Collective

Hong Kong

Category: Entertainment & Media

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Aaron Lau

Key backers: Animoca Brands, Gaw Capital

Gusto Collective is taking marketing to the next level, helping brands engage customers through metaverse technology, including virtual and augmented reality. In February, the startup partnered with auction house Phillips to launch an NFT. Gusto Collective says it has about 90 clients, including Sino Group and The Peninsula Hotels.


New Zealand

Category: Agriculture

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Craig Piggott

Key backers: Blackbird Ventures, DCVC, Icehouse Ventures, Promus Ventures

Halter developed solar-powered, GPS-enabled electronic collars for cows. The collars use noise and vibration to direct cows without the need for farmhands, dogs or fences, allowing farmers to manage and monitor their herds remotely through Halter’s accompanying app. The startup says the app can save up to 20 hours of work a week.

HiCura Medical


Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Cailin Ng

Key backers: Enterprise Singapore, National University of Singapore

Using ultrasound imaging and AI, HiCura Medical developed a device to help anesthetists administer an epidural more accurately to women in labor. The startup claims its technology improves the success rate for initial needle insertion.



Category: Logistics & Transportation

Year founded: 2017 • CEO: Kai Ni

Key backers: BAI Capital, GAC Capital, IDG Capital, Sequoia China

Self-driving startup HoloMatic develops autonomous parking and autopiloting systems. Its HoloParking software can be enabled remotely from a user’s smartphone and guide cars into preferred parking spots. A strategic investor of the startup, China’s Guangzhou Automobile Group will use HoloMatic autonomous driving software in car models slated for market debut later this year.

Homage founder and CEO Gillian Tee.




Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Gillian Tee

Key backers: East Ventures, Golden Gate Ventures, HealthXCapital, Temasek

Inspired by the founder’s experiences of struggling to find caregivers for her ill mother, Homage aims to help customers quickly obtain personalized medical support for their loved ones. The startup’s healthcare services platform caters to adults and the elderly, connecting households with licensed caregivers, nurses, therapists and physicians. It claims its network of over 10,000 care professionals has rendered over 1 million hours of services, including doctor consultations, in-home living assistance, rehabilitation and specialized treatment for conditions like Parkinson’s disease and dementia. Already available in Malaysia and Australia, Homage plans to expand in the region with its $30 million funding round in September.


Courtesy of I2Cool

Hong Kong

Category: Construction & Engineering

Year founded: 2021 • CEO: Martin Zhu

Key backers: China Prosperity Capital, City University of Hong Kong, HKSTP

I2Cool, a spin-off company from City University of Hong Kong, invented an exterior paint to cool down hot buildings. The startup’s iPaint reflects sunlight and dissipates thermal radiation to lower indoor temperatures without consuming energy.



Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2017 • CEO: Fangping Chen

Key backers: BlueRun Ventures, Hongtai Capital, Suzhou Industrial Park

IoT startup i-Kingtec develops industrial drones and related analytics software. The startup claims its Orca and Tiger Den drones are fully autonomous, with batteries that charge on return to a portable control platform. The drones’ uses include building inspections and emergency rescues.




Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2015 • CEO: Anthony Chow

Key backers: EDBI, Insignia Ventures Partners, K3 Ventures, Kickstart Ventures, Wavemaker Partners

Igloocompany’s vision to “create a world without keys” underlies its smart access management products. Besides its smart locks for homes, the company helps businesses monitor, control and manage access to properties and facilities like data centers. The startup says it remotely serves over 400 enterprise customers and has issued 5 million digital credentials, as the pandemic spurred demand for contactless access.



Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Theodoric Chew

Key backers: DG Daiwa Ventures, East Ventures, Headline, HOF Capital, Insignia Ventures Partners, JAFCO Asia, K3 Ventures, MS&AD Ventures, PERSOL Holdings, Singtel Innov8, Tiger Global, Y Combinator

Intellect provides a wide range of mental health services to workforces across Asia through its app. Employees can speak with behavioral health coaches and subscribe to self-guided programs. The startup, which has raised $23 million in funding, says it has connected 3 million people to mental health professionals across 20 countries.


Inteluck CEO Kevin Zhang.



Category: Logistics & Transportation

Year founded: 2014 • CEO: Kevin Zhang

Key backers: Creo Capital, East Ventures, MindWorks Capital

The tech-driven logistics startup initially helped logistics companies track their vehicle fleets. Today, it facilitates first and mid mile delivery on its data-driven trucking platform. Clients include Coca-Cola, Nestle and billionaire Lucio Tan’s Asia Brewery. The company aims to expand into Vietnam and Indonesia next year.

Jiwa Group


Category: Food & Hospitality

Year founded: 2018 • CEO: Billy Kurniawan

Key backers: Capsquare Asia, Openspace Ventures

From a single coffee shop in 2018, Jiwa Group now manages three food and beverage chains, comprising over 1,000 outlets in more than 100 Indonesian cities. The company attributes its growth to collaborations with other brands, including those for cosmetics and apparel.

Kargo Technologies


Category: Logistics & Transportation

Year founded: 2018 • CEO: Tiger Fang

Key backers: AC Ventures, AirAsia Group, Intudo Ventures, Sequoia India, Tenaya Capital

The Indonesia-based “Uber for trucks” startup Kargo Technologies is trying to bring down logistics costs by removing middlemen and reducing empty trips. The startup says it has 75,000 trucks and 30,000 shippers on its platform, serving small and midsized businesses and bigger clients like Coca-Cola, Danone and Ula.


South Korea

Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2012 • CEO: Hyeonho Park

Key backers: Altos Ventures, Company K Partners, IMM Investment, InterVest, Mirae Asset Venture Investment

Kmong is the largest online freelance marketplace in South Korea as measured by users, with over 1 million downloads on the Google Play store. In 2019, it launched an enterprise version of its platform that connects skilled freelancers with employers. The Seoul-based startup raised $28 million in series C funding in May last year.



Category: Finance

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Jason Liu

Key backers: 360 DigiTech, Danhua Capital, DCM, Fomou Assets, FinVolution Group, Gaorong Capital, Puhua Capital, Legend Capital, Lingfeng Capital, UpHonest Capital

Leapstack helps insurers in China control risks, using AI and big data-driven algorithms to calculate payments and detect potential abnormalities, such as excessive fees and fraudulent claims. Building on its total of $50 million in funding, the startup plans to expand outside mainland China—it’s already established offices in Vietnam and Hong Kong.


South Korea

Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Hyunjoo Yeon

Key backers: Altos Ventures, Daol Investment, Kakao Ventures

Lifelab operates Cleaning Lab, one of the most popular house-cleaning apps in South Korea. The app, which connects cleaners with residents, has more than 1 million downloads in the Google Play store. The Seongnam-based startup is led by Hyunjoo Yeon, the former head of Kakao’s O2O home services business.




Category: Logistics & Transportation

Year founded: 2018 • CEO: Daiki Okai

Key backers: ANRI, ENEOS Innovation Partners, East Ventures, FamilyMart, Obayashi Corporation, Mercuria Investment, Mori Trust, Spiral Capital, SMBC Venture Capital, Sankei Building

Mobility startup Luup offers a sharing service for electric bikes and scooters. The startup says its 5,000 vehicles are available in the Japanese cities of Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Sendai and Yokohama. Going forward, Luup plans to introduce rental options with three and four wheels, which will be more accessible to the elderly and people with disabilities.

MagAssist founder and CEO Polin Hsu.




Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2017 • CEO: Polin Hsu

Key Backers: CDH Investments, Cenova Ventures, Guoqian Medical, Huatai Zijin Investment, Med-Fine Capital, Northern Light Venture Capital, Sequoia China, SND Ventures, TigerYeah Capital

Medtech startup MagAssist’s ventricular assist device functions as a heart outside the human body, to provide life support to patients with critical heart failure. Called MoyoAssist, it uses magnetic levitation technology and computational models to ensure blood flow and prevent blood clots. In June, a hospital in China’s Shanxi Province used the device to successfully treat a patient in cardiac shock. A hospital in Wuhan in 2021 used it to provide life support to a patient waiting for heart surgery.

Magnum Research

Hong Kong

Category: Finance

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Kelvin Lei

Key backers: Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund, Cyberport, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Lenovo Capital, Zheng He

The startup’s AI-powered app, called Aqumon, provides automated financial services to retail and institutional investors. Magnum Research says its software leverages 100 terabytes of data from over 100,000 financial instruments. In October 2020, the fintech startup raised $30 million in a funding round.



Category: Education & Recruitment

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Jeremy Fichet

Key backer: Sequoia India

Manatal’s AI-powered software helps HR professionals sift through the online profiles of job seekers and identify candidates who best fit the role. The cloud-based recruitment software developer also helps companies distribute job openings on platforms such as Careerjet, JobStreet and LinkedIn. The startup claims it has $5.1 million in funding.

Medici Vietnam


Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Ngo Duc Anh

Key backers: Insignia Ventures Partners, Jungle Ventures, Wavemaker Partners

Combining medical services and insurance, Medici Vietnam aims to make high-quality healthcare “accessible, available and affordable for every Vietnamese.” The startup says its digital ecosystem encompasses doctors, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies in almost 40 provinces and cities. So far, its platform has added over 10,000 e-health profiles.

Meridian Innovation


Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Hock Leow

Key backers: Creative Technology, Excelpoint, HKSTP, Seeds Capital

With its patented thermal imaging technologies, Meridian Innovation developed a line of low-cost thermal sensors. Its products are used in healthcare, transportation and smart home markets.

Merkle Science


Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2018 • CEO: Mriganka Pattnaik

Key backers: Darrow Holdings, Fenbushi Capital, K3 Ventures, Uncorrelated Ventures

Merkle Science develops compliance and risk monitoring software for the crypto industry. Its products can analyze transactions, flag risks and detect potential fraud.


South Korea

Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2013 • CEO: David Lee

Key backers: Capstone Partners, FuturePlay, Lotte Ventures, Samsung Next, SparkLabs

Mobidoo is a one-stop live shopping platform. It operates an app called SauceLive, which allows companies to sell their products via shopping livestreams. Mobidoo also provides software that analyzes customer behavior, including viewing time and purchase conversion, and livestream-support services, such as content planning and casting.



Category: Food & Hospitality

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Sai Alluri

Key backers: Alpha Wave, HOF Capital, K3 Ventures, Sequoia India

Acting as a “mission control” for restaurateurs, Momos’ software helps restaurants digitalize their businesses. Launched in 2020, during the peak of the pandemic, the software-as-a-service startup now has 60 employees in four countries and says thousands of restaurants use its time-management tools and customer-response features, among others.


N.Code CEO Jun Jung.


South Korea

Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2015 • CEO: Jun Jung

Key backers: Coolidge Corner Investment, MashUp Angels, Shinhan Venture Investment

N.Code is trying to solve one of the luxury fashion industry’s biggest problems: unsold inventory. Its platform, called D.Code, allows users to pre-order luxury items so that brands can better forecast demand, thereby reducing unwanted items.



Category: Finance

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Qinghao Li

Key backers: CICC Capital, MindWorks Capital, Matrix Partners China, Genesis Capital

NewBanker taps into China’s growing demand for wealth management products. It develops online marketing and consulting software for financial institutions such as banks, public funds and securities companies. According to its website, the startup works with dozens of top funds in China including China Merchants Fund Management, Harvest Fund Management and Yinhua Fund Management.



Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2018 • CEO: Richard Xia

Key backers: East Ventures, GSR Ventures, K3 Ventures

Novelship operates an online marketplace for limited-edition sneakers, streetwear and other collectibles such as electronics and figurines. The startup claims to have a user base of half a million across the Asia-Pacific, including Singapore, Australia, Indonesia and Malaysia.


Hong Kong

Category: Finance

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Alvin Kwock

Key backers: Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund, BitRock Capital, Cathay Venture, Cyberport, Sun Hung Kai & Co.

The insurtech startup’s first product was Pawfect Care, offering pet owners insurance for their cats or dogs. Since then, OneDegree, which is one of four virtual insurers in Hong Kong, has expanded into home and fire insurance, as well as digital asset insurance. The startup raised $28 million in an August 2021 funding round.

Opharmic Technology

Hong Kong

Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Langston Suen

Key backers: HKSTP, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Pentepebble, Sino Group

Founded by Langston Suen, a Ph.D. graduate of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Opharmic Technology is replacing needle injections for treatment of retinal disease with ultrasound technology. The company invented drug delivery technology that uses ultrasound to speed up the absorption of drugs administered to the sclera (or white part) of the eye.



Category: Logistics & Transportation

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Amit Lakhotia

Key backers: Epiq Capital, Matrix Partners India, Sequoia India

Park+ started as a platform that helped users find nearby parking spaces. It has since expanded into multiple auto-related services such as car washing, insurance and toll payment. It also provides corporate clients with real-time parking data, allowing them to manage parking spaces.


New Zealand

Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Levi Fawcett

Key backers: Blackbird Ventures, Hillfarrance Venture Capital, I2BF Global Ventures, Icehouse Ventures

Partly helps businesses throughout the auto parts supply chain to organize their data online. Its software solutions include PartsPal, an inventory management tool that can manage compatibility data and connect to e-commerce platforms. With a total of $3.8 million in funding, the startup says its services reach 20 markets worldwide.


Payhere CEO Jungi Park.


South Korea

Category: Finance

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Jungi Park

Key backers: Hashed, Kimgisa Lab, Mirae Asset Capital, Postech Holdings, SoftBank Ventures Asia

Payhere operates cloud-based software and an app that uses a customer’s smartphone camera to transact payments without expensive point-of-sale terminals. More than 20,000 brick-and-mortar stores in South Korea use Payhere, according to the startup’s website. In March, it raised about $9 million in series A funding.


PeopleFund CEO Joey Kim.

Courtesy of PEOPLEFUND

South Korea

Category: Finance

Year founded: 2015 • CEO: Joey Kim

Key backers: 500 Global, Bain Capital, CLSA Capital Partners, D3 Jubilee Partners, Goldman Sachs, Kakao Pay

The fintech startup operates a peer-to-peer lending platform focused on South Korean subprime borrowers, whose household debt ranks among the world’s highest. PeopleFund says it has a low delinquency rate, thanks to its AI-powered credit-scoring system. The startup has raised about $80 million in funding, including a $63 million series C round in December.


South Korea

Category: Entertainment & Media

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Junho Lee

Key backers: Bigbang Angels, KT Investment, Naver, Smilegate Investment, SpringCamp, Timewise investment

Plask’s AI-powered tool enables even novices to create animations for games and video content using just a webcam. The startup’s software turns a person’s movement captured through a webcam into motion data and automates most of the animation work.

Pocket FM


Category: Entertainment & Media

Year founded: 2018 • CEO: Rohan Nayak

Key backers: Goodwater Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Naver, Tanglin Venture Partners

Audio streaming startup Pocket FM aims to build an entirely personalized, seamless platform for audiobook and podcast content. The startup claims its app features more than 100,000 hours of content in eight Indian languages, drawing over 15 million monthly active users who tune in an average of 100 minutes a day.

Point Fit Technology

Courtesy of Point Fit Technology

Hong Kong

Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Kenny Oktavius

Key backers: HKSTP, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Point Fit Technology developed a skin patch that aims to replace invasive blood tests. The patch analyzes chemicals in sweat to monitor health, such as lactic acid for athletes and glucose levels for elderly people. The startup’s technology in July won the top prize at a business proposal contest sponsored by Japanese sporting goods company Asics.



Category: Finance

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Ravi Ravulaparthi

Key backers: Alto Partners, East Ventures, Endiya Partners, K3 Ventures, MassMutual Ventures, NYCA Partners, Vulcan Capital

Qapita automates equity ownership management for companies through its capitalization table and employee stock ownership plans (ESOP) management software. The startup says more than 700 customers and 22,000 stakeholders across Singapore, India and Indonesia use its software. Qapita has raised more than $32 million in funding.

Quad Miners

South Korea

Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2017 • CEO: Ven Park

Key backers: Bigbang Angels, Korea Credit Guarantee Fund, L&S Venture Capital, NAU IB Capital, Partners Investment

The cybersecurity company’s software products can detect security threats, such as internal leakage, and analyze abnormal network behavior. Quad Miners chief technology officer Felix Kim was previously a security consultant at Cisco and a security engineer at Symantec (now known as NortonLifeLock). The startup raised about $6.5 million in series A funding in June.

Remo Tech


Category: Consumer Technology

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Bo Liu

Key backers: Bohai Industrial Investment Fund Management, Forebright Capital, Sequoia China

Remo Tech’s cameras use AI-powered chips to track movement in front of the lens, from gesture controls to dance moves. The company claims it has secured over 100 patents. Best known for its Obsbot line of smart webcams and phone mounts, the company sells the cameras primarily in Europe, Japan and the U.S.

Secure Code Warrior


Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2015 • CEO: Pieter Danhieux

Key backers: AirTree Ventures, Goldman Sachs, Paladin Capital Group

Cybersecurity startup Secure Code Warrior provides training, consulting and assessment services to developers so that they can write secure code. The company says it has worked with more than 400 organizations worldwide. Its clients include Atlassian, DBS and Zoom.

Sehat Kahani

From left: Sehat Kahani cofounders Iffat Zafar Aga and Sara Saeed Khurram.

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Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2017 • CEO: Sara Saeed Khurram

Key backers: 10Pearls Ventures, Elahi Group, Impact Investment Exchange, Islamic Development Bank

Founded by two medical doctors, Sehat Kahani’s platform provides telemedicine services by connecting patients in remote regions with doctors. According to the startup, more than half of Pakistan’s 220 million population lack access to quality healthcare. Sehat Kahani says its platform has facilitated 1.2 million medical consultations to date with 800 medical experts.

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Seoul Robotics

South Korea

Category: Logistics & Transportation

Year founded: 2017 • CEO: Hanbin Lee

Key backers: KB Investment, Korea Development Bank

Aiming to become the Microsoft of lidar, Seoul Robotics is expanding the use of the laser-based technology beyond autonomous driving. Its software, called Sensr, uses AI to analyze lidar data to detect, classify and track objects and people for industrial operations, smart city infrastructure, security and retail, among other applications. Seoul Robotics says Sensr is currently used to monitor pedestrian safety and detect obstacles on roads. Its clients include German carmakers BMW—which is using the software to automate fleet logistics at a manufacturing plant—and Mercedes-Benz. The startup also partnered with Nasdaq-listed Velodyne Lidar, backed by Amazon, to develop office monitoring tech for Qualcomm.

Shanghai DeepSight Information Technology


Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2017 • CEO: Michael Li

Key backers: CCV Capital, Chenhui Venture Partners, Shunwei Capital, SND Financial Holdings, Zizhu National High-Tech Industrial Development Park

Led by former Intel computer vision scientist Michael Li, DeepSight taps into the growing need for faster and automated quality inspection at Chinese factories. The startup’s AI software identifies potentially defective items, alerting manufacturers to problems such as scratches and dirt spots on metals, tires and small electronic parts.



Category: Education & Recruitment

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Shahir Chowdhury

Key backers: DSG Consumer Partners, Learn Capital, Wavemaker Partners

Cofounded by a graduate of University College London’s education school, Shikho is a tutoring platform that prepares students for Bangladesh’s high school exams through live lectures, online mock tests, notes and animations. The startup estimates it has 500,000 daily users.


From left: Spaceship cofounders Wun Chi Lam and Stanley Wong.


Hong Kong

Category: Logistics & Transportation

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Wun Chi Lam

Key backers: 500 Global, HKSTP, Paragon Investment, ParticleX, SparkLabs Taipei

Spaceship’s logistics and supply-chain management system covers first-mile logistics, cross-border shipping, fulfillment services and last-mile delivery. The startup, which expanded into Taiwan in March, says it has processed more than 2.5 million item shipments to date. Spaceship has raised more than $6 million in funding so far, including a funding round in May.



Category: Agriculture

Year founded: 2015 • CEO: Jaisimha Rao

Key backers: Beenext, Blume Ventures, FMC Ventures, Omnivore

Armed with an electrical and computer engineering degree from Carnegie Mellon University, Jaisimha Rao is using AI and robotic technologies to make farmers’ lives easier. His agtech startup says it has developed a precision-spraying system that can reduce water and chemical usage by up to 70%. Another AI-powered product is claimed to help farmers remove weeds without using chemicals.


Courtesy of Telexistence


Category: Construction & Engineering

Year founded: 2017 • CEO: Jin Tomioka

Key backers: Airbus Ventures, KDDI Open Innovation Fund, Monoful, Softbank Group, University of Tokyo

AI and robotics startup Telexistence developed TX Scara, a robotic arm that automatically replenishes empty store shelves. The device can be controlled remotely by staff equipped with VR helmets. Japanese convenience store chain FamilyMart uses TX Scara devices to restock canned beverages, according to the startup.

The Parentinc

The Parentinc founder and CEO Roshni Mahtani Cheung.



Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2009 • CEO: Roshni Mahtani Cheung

Key backers: Central Retail Corporation, East Ventures, Fosun International, WHG Holdings

The Parentinc is best known for its community platform, theAsianparent, that provides content related to parenting and pregnancy in 11 languages across 12 countries, it says. The company also sells halal nursing and baby-care products, such as massage oil and stretch mark cream under the Mama’s Choice brand.



Category: Finance

Year founded: 2021 • CEO: Michael Nuciforo

Key backer: AfterWork Ventures

Thriday, formerly known as Thrive, is an accounting app that manages finances for small businesses. It automates bookkeeping by scanning receipts and estimating taxes, among other functions. CEO Michael Nuciforo was previously the head of mobile at Lloyds Banking Group and senior mobile banking manager at ANZ.

Toss Lab

Toss Lab cofounders.


South Korea

Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2014 • CEO: Matt Kim

Key backers: Atinum Investment, Must Asset Management, Qualcomm Ventures, SBI Investment Korea, Shinhan Capital, SoftBank Ventures Asia, SparkLabs, TInvestment

Aiming to become the Slack of Asia, Toss Lab’s workplace-collaboration tool, Jandi, is available in Korean, Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese, as well as English. The startup says its customers include Lotte Department Store, Korean furniture maker Hanssem and LG CNS, LG Group’s IT services unit. Toss Lab raised $13 million in series B funding in 2020.


Ubie cofounders Kota Kubo and Yoshinori Abe.



Category: Biotechnology & Healthcare

Year founded: 2017 • CEOs: Yoshinori Abe, Kota Kubo

Key backers: D4V, K4 Ventures, SBI Investment, Suzuken

Ubie’s AI-powered app helps users identify their medical conditions, from diabetes to congestive heart failure, based on symptoms filled out in a questionnaire. The startup says it’s attracted 5 million monthly users in Japan. It seeks fresh growth in the U.S., where it officially launched its services in April.

Una Brands


Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Kiren Tanna

Key backers: 468 Capital, 500 Global, Alpha JWC Ventures, Claret Capital Partners, Global Founders Capital, Kingsway Capital, White Star Capital

The e-commerce aggregator acquires local brands with the aim of growing them into regional players using its growth capital and retail expertise. To date, it has bought more than 20 companies, including Singaporean ergonomic furniture brands ErgoTune and EverDesk+. In March, Una Brands announced a partnership with KlickBrands to expand its presence in South Korea.


Upmesh cofounders.



Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Wong Zi Yang

Key backers: Beenext, Monk’s Hill Ventures

Upmesh aims to reinvent shopping by merging retail and entertainment. Its platform helps merchants sell products through livestreams on Facebook and Instagram Live, managing orders in real-time. Online sellers can send checkout links to viewers who comment during livestreams and view analytics about bestselling items or user behavior.



Category: Enterprise Technology

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: Rick Firnando

Key backers: Insignia Ventures Partners, Number Capital, Y Combinator

Verification platform Verihubs uses AI-based authentication technology to prevent financial fraud. Counting clients such as one of Indonesia’s largest banks, Bank Central Asia, and e-commerce firm Bukalapak, the startup says it authenticated over 36 million users in the past year, with its revenue growing by 50 times over that period.



Category: E-commerce & Retail

Year founded: 2020 • CEO: Gu Zhenyu

Key backers: K2VC, Sequoia China, Tiantu Capital

Vesta makes bed linen with eco-friendly materials such as silk, bamboo fiber and recycled PET plastic. These materials allow the company to design blankets and pillows that it claims help regulate body temperature by improving airflow and directing heat away from the body. The startup says it makes most of its money through sales outside of China, with customers in Australia, Canada, Singapore and the U.S.


Courtesy of VFlowTech


Category: Construction & Engineering

Year founded: 2018 • CEO: Avishek Kumar

Key backers: Enterprise Singapore, Sing Fuels, Wavemaker Partners

As the world turns to renewable energy, VFlowTech aims to develop the cheapest and most scalable vanadium redox flow (V-flow) batteries. The startup says its energy-storage system has an expected lifespan of 25 years with low cost of ownership, thereby avoiding the potential pitfalls of large-scale applications of lithium-ion batteries.


Hong Kong

Category: Construction & Engineering

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Gary Ng

Key backers: Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund, Artesian, HKSTP, ParticleX, SOSV, Vectr Ventures

ViAct’s AI-powered software helps identify dangerous behavior and environmental risks at construction sites through video cameras. Using light and sound to alert construction workers, ViAct says its software can reduce up to 95% of on-site accidents. It can also track construction progress and carbon emissions.



Category: Food & Hospitality

Year founded: 2019 • CEO: George Peppou

Key backers: Blackbird Ventures, Grok Ventures, Square Peg Capital, Toyota Ventures

The foodtech startup produces lab-grown meat from animal cells, including traditional meats like chicken and beef and more exotic fare like lions and tigers. Vow built its first cultivated meat factory in Sydney in July and is preparing to launch a quail product in Singapore later this year. Vow has raised about $14 million in funding.


South Korea

Category: Food & Hospitality

Year founded: 2017 • CEO: Yong Tae-soon

Key backers: Altos Ventures, DSC Investment, InterVest

WAD operates a real-time restaurant reservation platform called CatchTable. According to the startup, the platform hosts about 3,000 restaurants throughout South Korea. Users can also write and read restaurant reviews. In April, WAD raised 30 billion won (about $25 million) in series C funding.


Courtesy of Workmate


Category: Education & Recruitment

Year founded: 2016 • CEO: Mathew Ward

Key backers: Atlas Ventures, Gobi Partners, Wavemaker Partners

Formerly known as Helpster, Workmate connects gig workers with companies in sectors ranging from hospitality to logistics. The startup has offices in Bangkok, Jakarta and Singapore.

Update: August 30, 2022

The company descriptions of Etaily, Gense Technologies, Inteluck, Medici Vietnam, Shikho and Ubie have been updated. The key backers for Ami, Atom Semiconductor Technologies, DimOrder, Endowus, Finhay, Igloocompany, Intellect, Inteluck, Magnum Research, Merkle Science, Meridian Innovation, NewBanker and ViAct have been updated. The chart of the startup backers and investors with the most companies on the list has been updated.

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