investment

Staying grounded as a young business owner

Entrepreneur Jerry Chen's first brush with investing came about when he spotted a bunk-mate reading Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad, Poor Dad during his national service days.

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.

Four Singapore start-ups complete Telstra-backed accelerator programme

SINGAPORE - Four Singapore-based startups have successfully completed a six-month programme organised by accelerator muru-D.

Singapore fintech start-up Silot raises US$2.87m in pre-Series A funding

SINGAPORE - Singapore-headquartered fintech company Silot has raised some US$2.87 million from investors Arbor Ventures and Eight Roads Ventures with the completion of its pre-series A funding....

Singapore healthcare start-up ObvioHealth raises US$3m Series funding

SINGAPORE - ObvioHealth, a Singapore and Orlando-based company offering mobile and "site-less" clinical trials, said on Friday (March 23) it has raised US$3 million in Series A funding.

Bangladesh PM pulls out all the stops to woo Singapore firms

Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday went all out in her bid to woo Singapore companies to her fast-growing country, offering as draws its booming economy, competitive workforce and...

Spring Singapore arm appoints private sector partners to co-invest over S$200m in deep-tech startups

SINGAPORE - The investment arm of Spring Singapore, Spring Seeds Capital (SSC), has appointed nine co-investment partners in a bid to catalyse more than S$200 million of investments into early...

S'pore-based start-up Parcel Perform raises $1.5m

Singapore-based e-commerce logistics start-up Parcel Perform has raised US$1.1 million (S$1.45 million) in seed funding, it said yesterday.

Singapore e-commerce logistics start-up Parcel Perform raises US$1.1 seed funding

SINGAPORE - Parcel Perform, a Singapore-based e-commerce logistics start-up, said on Monday (Jan 22) that it has raised US$1.1 million (S$1.3 million) in seed funding.

Putting faith and effort in beauty and wellness

Now that her beauty and wellness business has grown by leaps and bounds, Ms Wendi Chan would like to help individuals who are keen to be her franchisees as well as other start-ups.