Hui Min Cheong
As we inch closer to the second edition of Tech in Asia Tokyo, we’ve pretty much covered what you will see at our conference on September 8 and 9. We assure you: the two days will be well-spent, with so much going on.
Where should you start? We recommend a tour around Bootstrap Alley, where the best startups in Asia will exhibit their products and services. There will be 160 startup booths over two days – a record number for our Tokyo conference. A bunch of them are international ones, which is rare at a startup event in Japan, so this is something you won’t want to miss out on.
Here’s a list of 10 hand-picked ones (it was no easy task given the calibre of the participating startups) that you should definitely check out.
If the first three looks familiar to you, that’s because we covered them in our second weekly roundup.
If you’re frustrated because you’re unable to find reasonably priced villas for vacations, you’re not alone. This is a common problem that Thailand-based startup Villacarte wants to address.
The startup is building a community of vacation villa owners primarily in under-penetrated and emerging markets around the world, where the global presence of vacation villa rental platforms, if any, are limited.
By providing a marketplace for vacation rentals with add-on options such as car rentals and guided tours, they aim to create the ideal holiday for their customers – while ensuring that property owners get the best bang for their buck.
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