About 70 percent of the 30,000 logistic companies in Singapore still use traditional methods of conducting their operations
Many merchants are still using pen-and-paper to collect feedback from customers. However, collating and studying the data is troublesome, and consumers won’t know if management is engaged. Eco, a Sing...
Singapore startup incubator Get2Volume and India design company Tata Elxsi have announced last week a partnership to incubate and grow technology companies in their respective countries.
Singapore-based e-menu startup Tabsquare has announced today that it has raised S$589,000 (or about $480,000) in funding from local incubator Get2Volume, along with co-funding from Singapore’s Nationa...
TabSquare is an end-to-end service provider to restaurants and resorts. It offers eMenus displayed on tablets, order management systems, real-time queue management systems, and self-order kiosks.
ConnectedHealth, backed by former DBS, SIA and SingTel chairman, gets USD530k from Get2Volume and others
High healthcare costs in the United States is a major problem. ConnectedHealth is offering a solution by making wireless home health feasible.
Companies that join the Singapore delegation for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) from 8-11 January 2013 in Las Vegas can get their participation costs subsidized.
Sprooki has received a total of SGD 1M (USD 0.81M) in funds so far. It's the second time Get2Volume has invested in the company.
Plunify, which makes chip design cheaper, faster and mobile, raises USD 484k from Get2Volume and NRF
Chip design is an inherently complex process requiring sizable computing power. Plunify offloads some of the most demanding tasks to the cloud, making the process cheaper, faster, and more flexible.
The National Research Foundation (NRF), a Singapore government agency, has picked eight more incubators for its Technology Incubation Scheme (TIS). The eight incubators are: Get2Volume, Golden Gate Ve...