Singapore Management University (SMU) Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE) has accepted 43 early-stage start-ups into its bi-annual Business Innovations Generator (BIG) incubation programme.

The start-ups come from various sectors including food & beverage, e-commerce, logistics, urban wellness, sustainability, healthtech, edutech and spacetech. Some of these startups are social e-commerce platform GoHalfHalf, digital coaching platform WeLiveFit, innovation management software ThinkSpace.

BIG start-ups will receive benefits such as nine-month access to co-working space at IIE’s innovation facility The Greenhouse, access to SMU’s faculty expertise, opportunities to funding, grants and other resources.

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