Last updated: 5 April, 2013
Tech startup activity has intensified in Southeast Asia in the past few years as investors and entrepreneurs have started to look more seriously at opportunities in the region. Acquisition activity has increased too. To help you keep track of what’s happening, here’s a cheatsheet of exits in the past few years, covering Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, and Thailand. Let us know if we missed out on any company, or if you have any feedback on how to improve the list.
Singapore-based PeekSpy, the company behind FanVenues, has inked an exclusive partnership deal with the number one fan-to-fan ticket exchange company in Europe, Seatwave. Read more
Booked a concert ticket online but not sure if your $100 seat will offer the view you want? FanVenues comes to the rescue with 3D seat viewing capabilities that allows you to first experience the views from the various seat options so that you can better decide where you want to spend that few hundred on. Read more
Local startup PeekSpy decided to tackle the global market first for their product, FanVenues, rather than start local. We sat down with one of their co-founders and COO, Wesley Oxenham, the younger of the two Mauritian brothers in the team, to have a chat to find out more about PeekSpy and FanVenues. Read more