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Have Halal, Will Travel: She helps Muslims tour the world

In 2015, Tengku Suzana Tengku Abdul Kadir took a trip to Tokyo with her husband, Mr Mikhail Goh.

Singapore fitness start-up sets sights on Japan

Singaporean fitness start-up ELXR, whose flagship product is a four-month-old mobile app, has trained its sights on Japan after taking part in a six-week accelerator programme in Kobe run by the...

Netpoleon carves out a niche in competitive cybersecurity market

WITH Singapore well on its way to becoming a Smart Nation, the cybersecurity market has been booming and local cybersecurity value-added distributor, Netpoleon Solutions, has seen a surge in...

Going overseas to be farmers: Driven by worry over Singapore's food security

Shovelling manure to make fertiliser, weeding and organising harvests keep former civil servant Lai Poon Piau pretty flat out when he is on his pepper farm in Kampot in south-western Cambodia.

Constructing a bright future

THE distinctive name of construction company QXY Resources comes from the initials of founder and CEO Patrick Koh's children, and stems from the company's desire to venture beyond the construction...

TranSwap takes aim at remittance business

IN THE crowded but growing space of remittance startups, TranSwap is hoping to stand out by standing up for small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

Making cleaning robots a reality

MAKING a robot in under seven months is no easy feat, but husband and wife team Dylan Ng and Michelle Seow, together with assistant professor Mohan Rajesh Elara, did just that.

Bean there, done that

SOYA milk and beancurd used to be traditional breakfast items typically found only in Singapore's hawker centres - that is, until homegrown soya bean chain Mr Bean came along.

Some stallholders tapping tech to draw customers

Freshly made yong tau foo, the day's catch and meat butchered to order are among the draws of shopping at wet markets.