These Are Germany's 4 Billion Dollar Startups

By K.S. Anthony |
28 August, 2017

When it comes to thinking about so-called "unicorn" startups – those that are valued at $1 billion or more – two countries come to mind: America and China. America, .

An American Idea Is Quickly Becoming All The Rage In Europe And Beyond

By K.S. Anthony |
13 July, 2017

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3 Reasons Why Canada's Startup Scene Might Be The Next Big Thing

By K.S. Anthony |
10 July, 2017

Canada is home to some of the world's most successful startups. Among others, Canada can count KIK messaging, Slack, Shopify, Hootsuite, and Thalmic Labs – creator of .

There's A $178M Hangover Cure Market In Japan... And One American Wants To Take It Global

By K.S. Anthony |
07 July, 2017

The Japanese word for hangover – futsukayoi – gives some indication of just how much they drink. It translates as "two days drunk," but as the Japanese drinking blog .

A New Start-Up Trend In Chinese Apps Is Raising Hundreds Of Millions: But For How Long?

By K.S. Anthony |
20 June, 2017

Over the last decade, the most popular mobile apps in China have been for messaging, web browsing, and video: a testament to practicality and connectedness. WeChat – .

Where are the Risks and Rewards for Tech Startups?

By Kyle Ellicott |
20 April, 2017

You’ve had your own company, ReadWrite, go global, and watch other companies do the same, so you’re well positioned to talk about how companies expand in foreign .

Southeast Asia: Best Kept Secret for Growth and Opportunity

By Marc Mealy |
19 April, 2017

“The ASEAN region has seven “unicorn startups” What do you see as the biggest opportunities and biggest risks in 2017 for U.S. businesses in the Association of .

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