Honestbee and RedMart are shaking up online groceries in Singapore. But their approaches are fundamentally different.
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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.
Compass, formerly known as Startup Genome, has released its Startup Ecosystem Ranking report for 2015, and it’s good news for Singapore.
General advantages of creating a legal entity abroad: Foreign legislation is more favorable for having a business (i.e. wider freedom of agreement sides in rela...
The Rotimaker has been on an extended beta since its launch last year, and there’s a waiting list for Rotimakers worth US$75 million. Now, it is ready to roll o...
Lucep’s co-founders are putting their hard-earned lessons to practice in the leads generation and management space.
Three years ago, during a start-up event, I distinctively remembered a young upstart Brian Wong, founder of Kiip, mentioned that start-ups should not hire peopl...
The Singapore-based subsidiary of telecommunications provider GlobalRoam will use aSpecial’s analytics tool to make its service attractive to marketers.
Hi TiA community! My name is Chok Leang Ooi, and I’m the CEO of AgilityIO, a consulting firm that has roughly 160 developers and designers working across three ...
Speakers from Google, GrabTaxi, and Zendesk/Zopim shared their experience at the fourth Product Hunt event at The Working Capitol co-working space in Singapore.
Everything you need to know about iJAM, a development grant for Singapore-based interactive digital media (IDM) idea-stage tech startups.
The Singapore startup claims to have raised one of the largest series B rounds for a fintech company in the country.
This Singapore startup’s acquisition means a lot for the tech ecosystem.
The Singaporean startup wants to move beyond the dating space and bring more people together socially.
The Philippines is building innovation hubs to grow its startup ecosystem. But is this enough?
It is quite interesting to hear all the different stories of the many types of angel investors from the many startups that I advise. Some investors are nice but...
Beauty marketplace Sure aims to connect professionals with customers looking for quick spa and hair treatments.
Singapore-based ecommerce company gets some major attention in the beauty market.
Singapore-based Nearex will use the new resources to further develop and launch its cashless payments platform.