SINGAPORE (Aug 8): Singapore may be the only Asian city to make it to Dell’s global top 10 list for the ability to foster high-potential women entrepreneurs (HPWE), but still has room for improvement in areas such as work-life balance and hiring policies.

This is according to Dell Technologies’ research on HPWE over the past six years, which ranked cities based on the five characteristics of capital, technology, talent, culture and markets.

Based on the technology firm’s latest 2017 Women Entrepreneur Cities (WE Cities) Index, Singapore ranked eight globally of all the cities measured in terms of ability to foster HWPE, ahead of Toronto and Seattle placed ninth and tenth, respectively.

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