FINSPIRE 2016 ended today in Jakarta with the announcement of Privy and Yonk as the winners.
Privy provides legally-binding electronic signatures and identity management for all sort of online transactions. It provides different types of online signatures for different fields, from human resource management, sales, to procurement.
As for Yonk, it is a mobile app that helps small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Indonesia manage their banking and taxation. The startup was also one of the seven startups competing in the Top 100 Startup Search: Indonesia qualifiers.
As the Cambridge Analytica shitshow thunders forwards, Facebook is doubling down on its damage control efforts. The latest announcement from the ubiquitous social network, as it tries to dig itself out of its current predicament, is actually pretty welcome. For starters, it’s being clearer about what’s a political advert in the UK, and what isn’t. From May 2019, Facebook will clearly label political ads as such. The transparency push doesn’t stop there. Facebook intends to store all political adverts pushed through the platform in a searchable, permanent archive, where they’ll be stored for seven years. Users will be able to… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook
BRUSSELS: Tech giants like Google, Apple and Amazon will for the first time face rules regulating their commercial relations with smaller businesses under a law proposed by the European Union on Thursday.
The new rules will specifically target app stores, search engines, e-commerce sites and hotel ...
Data on which startups are getting funded in Heartland communities or what venture capital firm closed a new fund is easily available. But what data is actually useful in determining whether or not a startup community is seeing progress in producing more fast-growing startups? Last week, I was sent a 2017 year in review report from the Michigan […]