We recently published a list of tech and startup resources that we feel are great ways to stay up to date and engaged with the startup community and trends. Obviously, we featured ourselves as well, but we knew that we were far from done.
The last post was very successful and we received a lot of feedback and suggestions on what we missed out. So without further adieu, here’s the next installment of the incomplete list of tech and startup blogs for 2019.
The Southeast Asia of 36Kr, one of China’s biggest business and technology publications, has been growing from strength to strength these last few months. With serious funding behind their growth and partnerships with great media like Nikkei, as well as Tech Collective.
KrAsia (beta version) is gaining market share and eye balls in the startup community and helping bring insights from the Chinese market, as well as help companies gain visibility in the China market as well.
We try to avoid putting in media or platforms with a paywall, but Dealstreet Asia‘s continued push to be at the forefront of the investment scene in Asia makes them a must-read resource for us.
Their content often forms the basis of how we track the trends and growth of industries.
This is a professional blog by Southeast Asian investor Nikhil Kapur, who handles the region for STRIVE. Grayscale offers an insiders look into the venture capital landscape, as well as an indepth view into the startup world that we just do not usually see.
We have used content from the blog for our website, and it has been a valuable resource for our startup community. It isn’t regularly updated, but the content there still rings true, so give it a read.
Asia Tech Review
This newsletter is compiled and sent over by Tech Crunch Southeast Asia editor Jon Russell. His compilation includes Tech Crunch and other news outlets that cover the region. It is a great way to get curated content directly sent to your inbox.
This productivity blog from the US provides great insights and tips on how to manage your time better as a hardworking and multi-tasking entrepreneur. Asian Efficiency’s goal is to have you go about doing things with the least amount of effort while delivering the maximum amount of output.