Building your startup, hiring and raising funding in Asia

Over the past month we published a four-part series of must-read opinion articles on building startups in Asia – the last one of which dropped this past Friday. The series is authored by Thomas Clayton, a Silicon Valley veteran who has spent the last few years based out of Singapore as the CEO of Bubbly, a Twitter-like service for voice messages.

Thomas Clayton

Bubbly has over 30 million registered users, partnerships with numerous operators and has raised more than $60 million from investors, so – leaving aside his experience running companies in the US, which provides further context and basis for comparison – Tom has a lot of interesting insight to impart to aspiring Asian entrepreneurs or those investigating the potential of Asia from afar.

You can enjoy Tom’s 6,400-plus words at the links below:

Ready to expand your startup into Asia? Read this

Expanding your startup into Asia? Here’s how to build out your operations in the region

How to build a Silicon Valley caliber product engineering team in Asia

How to raise money for your startup from VCs and investors in Asia

You can see the full series here.

If you’re an entrepreneur in Asia (or elsewhere) who is interested in sharing opinions or insight via The Next Web, [get in touch] (thenextweb.com/author/jonrussell).

 
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