Four startups to join EY incubator programme in Singapore
By Digital News Asia July 26, 2019
- Offered a six-month rent-free residency at the EY wavespace in Singapore
- Benefit from EY industry insights and US$87,936 worth of Microsoft Azure credits
PROFESSIONAL services organisation EY announced the four successful startups from the accounting tech, tax tech, fintech, legal tech and regulatory tech space to join EY Foundry, an incubator programme for early stage start-ups:
- Narus Knowledge Pte Ltd
- Notarum Pte Ltd
- Regit Pte Ltd.
- Staple AI Pte Ltd
Participants were shortlisted through an open call for nominations from March to June in 2019, before delivering presentations to a judging panel of EY leaders at the official launch of EY Foundry Singapore on July 25, 2019.
Soh Pui Ming, Singapore head of Tax, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP, who was on the judging panel said: “Singapore has a vibrant start-up ecosystem and is well-connected with other innovation hubs in the region. In addition, the country is also a regional hub of choice for professional services, which is set to grow as an economic contributor.
“We are excited by how our experience, scale and resources can help to unleash the potential of emerging technopreneurs in this space, and the difference this can make to Singapore’s overall innovation footprint.”
These successful startups are offered a six-month rent-free residency at the EY wavespace in Singapore, an innovation and growth centre that helps companies innovate and transform their businesses.
They will also benefit from EY industry insights and US$87,936 (S$120,000) worth of Microsoft Azure credits.
To find out more about the EY Foundry program, please visit: www.ey.com/eyfoundry.