Win a KrASIA Startup Wire media package worth USD 2000.

KrASIA, in partnership with Draper Startup House, is giving away a Startup Wire media package worth USD 2000. Have your content published on KrASIA and get readers across the globe learn more about your startup story. Enter your details below to be in the draw to win! Draw to be done on the 1st of July.

Please note entries have now closed for this draw. Stay tuned for more chances to win soon!

What is Startup Wire?

  • 4 articles supplied by the startup published on KrASIA (max frequency: once a month).
    • Articles can be company announcements, thought leadership pieces, news and op-eds
  • Visibility on KrASIA's site:
    • Dedicated section for these articles on the homepage
    • Article will also be featured across the website - in-article banners in all the articles published for two days.
    • Banner is branded with “Startup Wire” and your logo

Terms & Conditions

Eligibility: Open to all startups. Entrants must be an active staff member and use their business email to register. 

Winner selection: Winner will be chosen by draw by the KrASIA team on the 1st of July. Winner will be notified by email address given. Winner will have 72 hours to claim prize otherwise another draw to be made. All decisions will be final.

Privacy: We will not share personal data with any third parties outside of KrASIA and Draper Startup House.  Please note you will be added to the Draper Startup House and Startup Wire subscriber lists and receive updates from them periodically. You can unsubscribe from this list at any time. We reserve the right to amend the Terms & Conditions as appropriate.

Startup Wire Package: Agreement to be signed between KrASIA and winner. Limit of one article to be published per month. All 4 articles to be published within 12 months of agreement. Feature images to be supplied by the startup, any third party images must have permission granted to be used. Articles to be submitted at least one week before preferred publish date. KrASIA maintains editorial discretion to reject article if it does not meet the editorial standards. No articles that are offensive, discriminatory, plagiarized or overtly a sales pitch will be allowed.