startups in singapore
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.
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The flower ecommerce startup has customer satisfaction as its primary goal.
With Carro, car sellers are assured of a sure sale, while buyers need not worry about being sold lemons.
The social network is getting more serious about peer-to-peer ecommerce. Can local startups stand against it?
The Singaporean fintech startup will explore expansion possibilities in international financial hubs.
In a first for social enterprise in Singapore, Start Now has been acquired by Goodtizens Technologies, which will use its tech to enable online volunteers.
Based on an idea by 16-year-old Kingsley Cheng, the Aegis Pro could be the answer for health-conscious audiophiles.
A customer list of big-name brands and government agencies and a successful funding round will help the company grow, CEO hopes.
The Singaporean startup is getting investment with a Bay Area flavor.
A Singaporean fintech startup wants to be a part of the payments revolution in one of the most promising markets in Southeast Asia.
Hello TIA! We’re Qin En, Ying Cong and Oswald (from left to right) and we’re the co-founders of Glints, a career discovery & development platform. Glints is on ...
The Singapore-registered startup currently operates in Vietnam and wants to spread to Southeast Asia in the next six months.
Hi TIA community! I’m Grace Sai, Co-founder and CEO of The Hub Singapore. We were the first bottom-up entrepreneur/startup space and community in the region and...
The Startupbootcamp Fintech alum is getting ready to launch its mobile money remittance service.
The Singaporean startup wants to capture the growing segment of internet-savvy shoppers that are now entering their 30s.
It’s the end of the road for restaurant booking and review sites Abraresto and Abratable. The owners are in the process of liquidating assets. How did this happ...
The Singaporean startup prepares to expand to another new market after Indonesia.