Technology today is widely associated with the digital realm - computers, the internet, mobile device, and smartphones, - just to name a few, which has seen the mushrooming of a myriad of tech startups.
Thailand’s start-up growth comes hot on the heels of strong start-up progress in Singapore and Indonesia. For the Thai government, driving Thailand towards digitisation under the Thailand 4.0 initiative is key.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) recently announced its three-year strategic plan under the theme, “Towards Sustainable Growth and Innovation.” Under this plan, the SET aims to make innovation a key driver to ensure functionality and sustainable gro
It’s no secret that Southeast Asia has become a hotbed for tech startups. Since 2012, there have been a number of tech companies that have become household names and changed the lives of people in Southeast Asia.
Sea Ltd. shares fell for the third day in a row and dropped below their initial public offering price, a rocky start as a public company for the Singapore games startup.
Due to their unregulated nature, cryptocurrencies and the businesses that they have created occupy a grey area in Southeast Asia. However, they have undoubtedly become a major focus area for ASEAN businesses.
Singapore’s Sea plans to price shares at 15 dollars in its initial public offering and raise more than 850 million dollars, according to people familiar with the matter.