Money

 

Emerging Enterprise award

Closes June 1, 2018

Towards a cashless society

In the December 2017 Red Book statistic report by the Bank for International Settlements, it was noted that “the number of cashless transactions...

Singapore AI health start-up UCARE.AI raises $8.2m in funding

SINGAPORE - UCARE.AI - a Singapore-based healthcare startup that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to optimise healthcare resources and reduce healthcare costs across the industry - has raised $8....

Singapore car marketplace Carro scores US$60m in Series B funding

CARRO, a Singapore-based car marketplace startup, has raised US$60 million in Series B funding.

Singapore startup VersaFleet gets S$2.8m, pre-Series A funding

SINGAPORE transport management startup VersaFleet has raised S$2.8 million in pre-Series A funding, in a round led by India's Prestellar Ventures and participated in by angel investors.

Carousell snags US$85m in new funding by investors including DBS

CAROUSELL, Singapore's poster startup and online classifieds app, has raised US$85 million in Series C funding - a round The Business Times has learnt is entirely equity and does not include debt...

S-E Asia achieves record year with US$20b in private equity deal value

SOUTH-EAST Asia scored a record year in private equity with US$20 billion in deal value in 2017, more than double the US$8 billion recorded in 2016, going by Bain & Company's 2018 South-east...

The importance of being flexible and adapting quickly

Singapore Management University undergraduate Wong Chun Yin, a second-year business student, started investing when he was 18.

Considering risks and rewards a priority in making investments

NUS undergraduate Dick Huang has always believed in investing as a way to generate an alternative source of income.

Singapore fintech CCRManager wins funding from ex-Temasek banker

CCRManager, a Singapore fintech that is tackling the secondary market in trade loans, has raised US$6.5 million in Series A funding from a group of investors led by veteran banker and ex-Temasek...

Are telco tie-ups the way to stay ahead?

"IF you can't beat them, join them."