Start-ups making positive impact
Calyn Yap | 06 Oct 2017 00:30
There is more money coming from China-based venture capitalists compared to US-based ones, says Lauria

The regional start-up ecosystem is changing as it matures, with the first wave such as Grab and Uber forging a path for second-generation successors.

Some experienced entrepreneurs from the first generation are also moving ahead to create new start-ups.

Additionally, funding is now more readily available as more venture capitalists and investment funds turn their attention to start-ups.

This was the view of Fave founder Joel Neoh, HappyFresh Group CEO Guillem Segarra and Carousell co-founder and chief technology officer Lucas Ngoo. Their firms are all start-ups.