on Twitter, Facebook
Daily, ongoing news updates are Startup News Asia’s backbone,
allowing us to deliver timely information and to create a growing dataset for monthly startup news collections and quarterly news publications in print.
South & Southeast Asia
Australia & New Zealand
Whilst Twitter has increasingly struggled to find a way forward in recent years, for Startup News Asia it’s a perfect fit, providing a
short-form, at-a-glance platform for reporting on
the Asia-Pacific and Australian startup scenes.
Facebook obviously has a much larger footprint than Twitter in every way digitally.
Startup News Asia was, however, built explicitly to avoid the
overhead of in-house editorial and commentary and so, for us,
it’s a secondary tech startup news platform at this time.
Depending on your preferences or simply the time you want to allocate to primarily socially-focused platforms versus your professional goals, the Startup News Asia LinkedIn feed may be the best fit.
Given that one of Startup News Asia’s audiences is the established professional in a number of key professions, LinkedIn’s activity feed works well in delivering startup and venture capital news to this base.