Vietnamese online travel startup Vntrip adds US$7m in series B round

It specializes in domestic travel, which has seen a significant rebound as a result of Vietnam’s effective handling of Covid-19. Read more »

Delving into Vietnam’s hidden unicorn

How VNLife became Vietnam’s newest unicorn, and what fresh funding is doing for this cloud communications startup. Read more »

Vietnam’s newest unicorn has been hiding in plain sight

Vietnam’s VNLife made its money by providing technology to banks. Now it has a bigger ambition. Read more »

After Topica, Vietnam seeks its next edtech breakthrough

Despite Topica’s setbacks, Vietnam edtech is on the radar of some regional investors. Read more »

Deep Dive: Vietnam’s brutal e-wallet war

Several e-wallets are battling for dominance in the country, where cash is still king. Read more »

Vietnamese podcast startup Waves has ceased operations, co-founder confirms

Waves originally planned to ride on the podcasting boom in Southeast Asia. Read more »

The untapped potential of edtech in Indonesia

Why we’ve only just scratched the surface of Indonesia’s edtech scene, and how fresh funding is fueling this e-scooter startup’s expansion plans. Read more »

Meet the 15 top-funded startups and tech companies in Vietnam

Here are the companies in Vietnam that are attracting tons of investors and have the resources to spend on software, talent, and expansion. Read more »

Why is Sea quietly running a food delivery business in Vietnam?

New York-listed Sea has been unwaveringly quiet about its ownership of a food delivery business in Vietnam. Ecommerce and gaming have been Sea’s strong suits. What does food delivery has... Read more »

Vietnam’s fintech startup bags series A money from East Ventures, others

It will use the new funds to invest in its core technology infrastructure for data analysis, product development, and customer service. Read more »

Zalo beat WhatsApp in Vietnam. It now wants to be the country’s top super app

Built by Vietnam’s sole unicorn, Zalo has thrived for nearly a decade. But what would it take for the homegrown messaging app to get to the next level? Read more »