Author: Gabey Goh
IIPL has officially launched BASH (Build Amazing Startups Here), Singapore's biggest integrated startup space, which will provide all the necessary facilities – including a prototyping lab, valuable mentorship and community networks – to grow promising, innovation-driven tech startups.
Singapore startup Glints, a professional platform for young people focused on career discovery and development, announced today that it has closed S$475,000 (approximately US$380,000) in an oversubscribed seed round.
1-Net Singapore Pte Ltd may have kept a low profile in the first 17 years of its existence, but it hopes that 2015, which also happens to be its 18th birthday, will be the year it officially comes of age and breaks out into a higher profile.
Palo Alto Networks believes that its Traps Advanced Endpoint Protection addresses many of today’s trickiest security pain points, and heralds a paradigm shift from detection and remediation, to pure prevention.
Singapore-based startup 99.co has announced S$2 million (US$1.5 million) in funding, led by Eduardo Saverin, cofounder of Facebook, along with venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, its first seed investment in the Lion City. Other investors include entrepreneurs-turn-investors Ross Veitch, Royston Tay and Wu Wenxiang.
The second day of the EmTech Singapore conference started with a look at the possibilities of the, pardon the expression, final frontier -- space, writes DNA Singapore editor Gabey Goh.
EmTech Singapore, the global emerging technologies conference hosted by MIT Technology Review, kicked off on Jan 27, presenting the frontline on innovation in wearables, robotics, AI and other technologies. DNA Singapore editor Gabey Goh reports.
OutSystems, an enterprise Rapid Application Delivery (RAD) platform provider, believes its high-productivity PaaS for the development and delivery of enterprise web and mobile apps is going to fill a market gap that is becoming quite widespread in Asia.
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Corporations bring three crucial opportunities to the table: An established customer base; existing infrastructure; and deep domain knowledge of their respective industries. By engaging with startups, they in turn get to tap into innovation.