In the last six months, they have seen a monthly user growth rate of 20 percent, with their users actively saving over 5,000 new products on...
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Singapore may be a small country, but it certainly doesn’t lack for entrepreneurs. Thanks in part to startup-friendly legislation and in part to its gutsy, worldly populace, the nation is home to tons of interesting tech startups, including some which serve the local community and others that offer services branching out across southeast Asia and the world.
Crystal Horse has invested in Lenza, Travelog, Tripzilla, and Kluje.
MyDoc offers a web and mobile service where patients can consult doctors online and seamlessly share their personal health data.
Singapore-based ecommerce startup HipVan has completed its $1.4M series A financing round led by LionRock Capital and Skype co-founder Toivo...
Gear2Cam is an Android app that connects your Android smartphone and Samsung Gear 2 smartwatch to compose and snap the perfect selfie.
By making it a lot easier for people to choose home-cooked food over take-outs and fast food delivery, the team hopes to help Singaporeans e...
About 70 percent of the 30,000 logistic companies in Singapore still use traditional methods of conducting their operations
The market rate for a standard website terms of service stands at about S$3,000 (US$2,400), which is a fortune to fresh entrepreneurs.
The refreshed LoveByte app adds in a lot of sharing between couples - of your battery level, your location, and the local weather.
Wander is all about creating a trusted, friendly singles community which is under-served in the travel market.
Luxola’s makeover app lets you toy with foundation, blushers, lipsticks, nail colours, and even dabble in multiple eye-lining techniques v...
The series A round is led by Vertex Venture Holdings, a subsidiary of the Singapore government-owned Temasek Holdings.
“Coin Supermart is the best company coming out of Singapore, and [that’s why] we picked them,” says Adam Draper, CEO of Boost VC.
Out of the eight companies listed, six are from Malaysia, while the other two hail from Singapore.
Kwerkee Art hopes to fuse an online art gallery selling original pieces with big data analysis to help you decide the value of an artwork.
Grain is the Uber for food. While starting as a premium service, it eventually wants to bring healthy food to the masses.
With over 700 classes, LessonsGoWhere sets its sights on Singapore’s online-to-offline education market
Edutech startups across the globe allow us to take virtual lessons online, but LessonsGoWhere brings students and teachers together offline.
Starting a dating service carried a stigma. That didn’t stop this entrepreneur from succeeding (VIDEO)
When Lunch Actually co-founder and CEO Violet Lim graduated with a law degree from the University of Manchester and a masters degree from Lo...