Indonesia Leg of e27′s Echelon Satellite events highlighted a new wave of startup businesses, of which online food-ordering service Klik-Eat won the top prize.
16 startups made their pitch at the Indonesia leg of the Echelon 2012 Satellites, and the local startup already considered mature by organizers.
TripFlick offers offline itinerary support and tourist guide for Singapore travelers. The app is currently on a beta release, free to download from Google Play.
e27 is on the hunt for the 50 best Asian startups, and is accepting pitches from interested startup teams this April.
Rocket Internet launches Foodpanda, an online food ordering and delivery service for Southeast Asia.
Apps foundry has acquired a stake in Indonesia-based Apple-focused community site MakeMac.com.
Echelon is inviting Asia-based startups to participate in Startup Marketplace. Online application is currently ongoing and will be closed on March 31.