Author: Gabey Goh
Perhaps before Malaysia gets to claim its place as an investment-ready startup destination, some attention must be first put towards becoming business-ready, writes Gabey Goh.
Consumers in Singapore now have another taxi-booking app vying for their attention with the official debut of Hailo on Oct 29.
Singapore has issued a call to all stakeholders to come on board and help the country achieve its aspiration of becoming the world’s first ‘Smart Nation.’
SAP SE said it will establish an SAP Innovation Centre in Singapore by the end of 2014, focusing on smart cities, healthcare, digital consumers, and what it calls ‘Industry 4.0’ technologies.
SEA companies facing the challenge of growth, and big data impact Asean Economic Community a double-edged sword with opportunity and challenges
Big Blue reports drops in profit and revenue in some key divisions But now geared to reap the Watson potential, reaching out to startups
Australian-based Malaysian founders want to aid businesses in verifying tech talent Now part of Telstra’s muru-D accelerator, SEA expansion on the agenda
Funding used to expand headcount, driver welfare programmes Reaffirms its focus on being a SEA-centric service company IT was a briefing heavy with hope for the future and light on details as transport app startup GrabTaxi announced its Series C funding on Oct 21 in Singapore.
What happens when startups up-and-leave the country after getting their Series A or B funding, especially after getting their start via public funds?
In a bid to attract young blood into the ranks of Singapore’s logistics industry, Supply Chain Asia has launched a business simulation game challenge with the support of the country’s Economic Development Board and Workforce Development Agency.