SINGAPORE (Oct 2): International Enterprise (IE) Singapore last week signed two Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) with China tech partners to help more Singapore companies gain access to the Mainland market and its innovation ecosystem.

The partnerships with accelerator AIRMaker, NTUitive, the enterprise arm of NTU, and 36Kr, one of the top media platforms in China, aim to provide support through accelerator programmes customised to help tech companies understand the market, test-bed their products as well as partner with Chinese companies to implement solutions.

This will help build a stronger community of Singapore tech companies and a vibrant local tech sector, says IE Singapore in a Monday press release.

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