Starting a technology company is easier than before, especially in the internet sector. In Southeast Asia, starting versus growing is an exciting game given the market diversity and unique challenges
ZhongAn is China's first insuretech to go public. It possesses an innovative business model, built on the shoulders of internet giants. However it comes with key threat from its own initial backers.
This article has been written at pre-IPO, and information shared are taken from the Razer's IPO prospectus available on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange's website. Views are not meant as advice for share
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One of the most important aspect of building a company is the ability to distribute the product being sold to the right customer segment. And to build a (Singapore) $100 million web business