The Demo Day was jointly held by Alibaba Cloud and Sunwah Innovations, with panels featuring local thought leaders.
The startup's platform provides businesses with digital infrastructure to manage day-to-day operations within a single interface.
The platform was built to aggregate knowledge from users all over the world.
The startup develops handheld lab kits for students to spark their interest in scientific learning.
The company’s all-in-one platform gives couriers and retail businesses a way to manage and track shipments.
The software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform designs mini-games for businesses that want to drive sales through experiential shopping.
The startup's sensors provide real-time data about a chicken farm's conditions.
The software-as-a-service tool has an audit log to track content generated.
Inspired by an accident in its own offices, the company created air quality monitors fit for industrial and home use.
The app allows parents to customize and upload images and icons that are familiar to their kids.
The Vietnamese startup's product handles customer inquiries for banks, insurance providers, and other enterprises.
The startup's service gives patients a way to keep track of their health records for medical professionals' reference in the future.
The company is making preparations to take its services to Indonesia.
The startup has developed an app to help waste collectors digitalize their business operations.
Zennya aims to close the health inequality gap in the Philippines.
On top of HomeAssist.ph's listings, the portal will help homebuyers assess their mortgage eligibility.
The company's chatbots can lighten the load for employees in customer-facing roles.
The startup built its service based on one co-founder's personal experience of navigating depression.
Finantier stands out with its open finance solutions and scalability potential in Southeast Asia.
Woay.Vn impressed the judges with its customizable marketing SaaS offerings, which can cultivate client traction and foster scalability.