How about a robotics kit that teaches kids to build robots as well as program them? And what if it comes bundled with robot activities that gamify science, technology, engineering, and math concepts?
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.
VRG takes a holiday in Southeast Asia.
Applications are now open for participants across the region.
It will run from June till November, culminating in a demo day, and will focus on startups that are "directly impacting the community of persons with disabilities."
Intellihelper takes a leaf out of the pages of Japanese role-playing games by layering voice-guided, interactive tutorials that take the user through a website’s features a step at a time.
The program hopes to bring together students, health professionals, and researchers with the aim of developing business ideas that tackle the challenges of aging.
It got Brazilian supermodel Alessandra Ambrosia onboard as part of a contract with Rocket Internet-backed ecommerce company Dafiti. Its next step: replicating this method in Asia.
In particular, a new four-seater category called GrabCar (Economy) will be added at a cheaper price point.
The Singapore-based company will be expanding and recruiting.
The rapidly growing startup wants to be a global company from Singapore.
IDA and Entrepreneur First team up for a new program to help Singapore's computer experts turn their ideas into businesses.
Mobile games company’s IPO is expected to be completed by end of June.
6-12 month program to be backed by OANDA Asia Pacific and Singapore’s BlueHill.
Ten media and technology startups will be selected to participate.
The site connects borrowers and lenders, making it easier to invest in and receive loans.
Vanitee's Airbnb-like service in the beauty artist market is currently focusing on nails professionals.