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NUS commits up to S$2.5m to 50 startups

THE National University of Singapore (NUS) has pledged to commit up to S$2.5 million to launch 50 startups.

Go-Jek - Grab's new competitor for S-E Asian dominance

GO-Jek - which will enter Singapore in November - is on course to build an empire of over 20 business verticals and take on Grab to become South-...

Facebook, IMDA to launch startup accelerator in Singapore in February

FACEBOOK on Tuesday unveiled Startup Station, Singapore, a startup accelerator programme for data-driven startups based in South-east Asia. 

Opportunities for Singapore startups in Russia's consumer, tech sectors

SINGAPORE businesses will stand to gain by venturing into Russia's consumer and technology sectors....

New academy to facilitate overseas internships for Singapore students

TO groom future innovators with a global view, a new academy has been set up to send Singapore students abroad for internships at startups or...

Startup SG Network online platform helps connect startups and investors

STARTUPS, incubators and accelerators, and investors can now find and connect with one another through an online portal called the Startup SG...

South-east Asian startup exits rise for third year running

STARTUP exits in South-east Asia have grown in number for the third year running this year, with nearly 200 exits forecasted to take place by...

Indonesia still attracting startups despite depreciating rupiah

THE recent free-fall of the rupiah could have led to jitters among investors and Singapore companies exposed to Indonesia, but analysts say the...