Startups

Sakae partners Tech For Good to launch accelerator for 'social tech' start-ups

SINGAPORE - Sakae Foundation, a non-profit organisation set up by Sakae Holdings, has partnered social tech accelerator, Tech For Good to launch an accelerator programme aimed at developing start-...

Tech company Garena raises US$550m, rebrands as Sea

SINGAPORE - Singapore-based tech company Garena has been rebranded as Sea after securing US$550 million (S$772.4 million) in a new round of funding.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise unveils 3-year incubator programme in Singapore

HEWLETT Packard Enterprise (HPE) on Monday unveiled a three-year incubator programme in Singapore to partner local companies to create and commercialise new technologies.

Singapore still lacks deep-tech, globally-oriented startups: NUS study

SINGAPORE'S tech startup ecosystem has become more dynamic over the last 10 years due to better support infrastructure - but it still needs more deep-tech, globally-oriented startups, and greater...

Start@SG May 2: Singularity | TransferWise| SeedPlus

Singularity launches Singapore chapter | TransferWise to open Asia-Pac HQ in Singapore | SeedPlus closes S$25 million debut fund

Insurtech firm targets SMEs with its retrenchment benefits scheme

Peer-to-peer insurance firm Bandboo, which is launching unemployment benefits and retrenchment benefits this month, is one of a small but growing group of insurance tech startups in Singapore...

S-E Asia a 'homogeneous' region for startup investing

CONTRARY to market perception, South-east Asia (SEA) is not a tricky startup investment destination comprised of highly fragmented countries and an under-developed venture ecosystem.

Is small Singapore a good test bed for new technologies?

OVER the last eight years, I've been lucky enough to see Singapore's evolving landscape as a test bed for new technologies. Earlier this year, I started a venture developing and investing in...

New platform for companies and startups to hook up

LOCAL large corporations and SMEs (small and medium enterprises) can now enjoy greater access to innovative technologies developed by Singapore-based tech startups.