Mix it up, robot bartender

PERFORMERS in the style of Daft Punk may no longer be the only robots at music festivals. Thanks to a whiz-kid's home-grown startup, the bartender might be one, too.

Best practices for Singapore software firms eyeing a global market

SOFTWARE is big business. Just look at the meteoric rises of Google, Facebook, Uber, Amazon and countless others. In Singapore, the software business is prominent , but still in its infancy....

Singapore tech firms to pilot innovations in India

Singapore tech start-ups will have a much easier ride in India, thanks to an agreement signed yesterday.

Imperium Crown responds to SIAS queries over governance practices

THE Securities Investors Association (Singapore) (SIAS) has queried Catalist-listed real estate developer Imperium Crown over certain decisions as cited in the firm's corporate governance report, a...

Singapore firms must uphold integrity: Indranee

SINGAPORE companies operating overseas must uphold their own standards of integrity, Senior Minister of State for Finance and Law Indranee Rajah said in Parliament on Monday.

Inter-agency task force reviewing SkillsFuture fraud; data analytics system to be up by Q3

SINGAPORE - An inter-agency task force has been formed to evaluate how the fraud detection system for SkillsFuture claims may be improved, said Minister for Education (Higher Education and Skills...

Singapore tech firms to pilot new innovations in India following bilateral MOU

SINGAPORE tech companies can now pilot new innovations in India and learn best practices from Indian tech companies - following a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed between International...

Proptech is all the buzz, just not yet in Asia

ARE VENTURE capital funds and commercial real estate companies jumping onto the property technology (proptech) bandwagon without real conviction about its benefits?

Prive Group's Yuan Oeij: Learning to love oysters

Passionate about food, the owner of The Prive Group of eateries feels he has a duty to acquire a taste for all foods - despite having grown up hating oysters.

Legal startup's simulator predicts who gets what in divorce

A final-year National University of Singapore (NUS) law and economics student, Mr Jerrold Soh, has, together with three of his peers, created a simulator to predict the division of assets in a...


Emerging Enterprise award

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