Southeast Asia's on-demand ecosystem is bringing technology to many of the region's existing services, from grocery delivery to beauty services.
Southeast Asia has long been home to a vibrant on-demand economy — but now, technology is bringing that market to the next level.
Today, customers can use an app to book a beautician to their homes in Jakarta, or order groceries for one-hour delivery in Singapore.
The potential for on-demand tech in Southeast Asia is attracting attention from companies all over the world, from China’s Alibaba to the United States’ Amazon. However, there are also many startups from the region attempting to capture the market.
We used CB Insights data to map out 25+ Southeast Asian startups changing how customers interact with on-demand services across the region. We also dive into emerging themes in the region, including the rise of logistics companies and partnerships.
Note that our classification of Southeast Asia includes Brunei, Cambodia, Christmas Island, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
This market map consists of private, active companies only and is not meant to be exhaustive of the space. Categories are not mutually exclusive, and companies are mapped according to primary use case.
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