Tech in Asia
|Founded||August 1, 2010|
|Southeast Asia, Tokyo, Jakarta|
Number of employees
Tech in Asia is a Singapore-based technology website and media and events company. It has hosted annual conferences across the continent primarily in Singapore, Tokyo and Jakarta since 2012. It was backed by Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin in 2015.
History and growth
Tech in Asia was founded in 2010 by Willis Wee, and counts East Ventures, Fenox Venture, Hanwha, Marvelstone, Softbank, Walden International, Y Combinator and Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin as investors raising a total of $17 million to-date.
In November 2017, Tech in Asia raised $6.6 million in fresh funding led by Hanwha Investment and Securities.
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- "Tech In Asia raises $6.6M led by Korean conglomerate Hanwha". techcrunch.com. Retrieved 15 February 2019.
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