Getting a taste of food vending business

What goes into developing sauces for noodle dishes that are sold in vending machines?

ITE students get a taste of food vending industry

SINGAPORE - What goes into developing sauces for noodle dishes that are sold in vending machines? A group of students is finding that out.

Why not have entrepreneurship education in Singapore schools?

The best sports players, the best mathematicians - they all start early. Why not entrepreneurs?

Young start-up co-founder to share experiences at forum

When Mr Oswald Yeo dropped out of University of California, Berkeley, to run his start-up full-time in 2016, his family and friends thought he was out of his mind.

NUS law and economics student, along with three peers, creates case outcome simulator

SINGAPORE - A final-year National University of Singapore (NUS) law and economics student Mr Jerrold Soh, 26, has, together with three of his peers, created a simulator which can predict the...

Tim Cook’s guru Bill Boulding: It’s all about values and decency

What do you talk to a management guru whose star pupils include Tim Cook of Apple and Melinda Gates of Microsoft, or more accurately, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation?

Keen to be the next Jack Ma? Get tips from classes run by Alibaba school in Singapore next year

SINGAPORE - Entrepreneurs here can soon learn the secrets of doing well in e-commerce through a course offered by Chinese tech giant Alibaba.

Promise of Singapore as an education hub fading?

Shares of Raffles Education Corp are up a staggering 89 per cent so far this year which, to the uninitiated observer, may suggest that the education group is going great guns.

MindChamps opens its first nursery in UAE

Singapore-based education firm MindChamps has opened its first nursery in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in collaboration with an Abu Dhabi firm.

Helping startups take flight: Chatbot with ‘human-like feel’ wins major government project

An online robot with a human touch has helped a startup clinch a major government project over six rivals.