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The Edge Singapore's 2nd issue of WOMAN is out now - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

The Edge Singapore's 2nd issue of WOMAN is out now

2nd Issue of Woman's is out now

Cryptocurrency

Step outside the box, Calvin Cheng tells Singapore entrepreneurs

"Singapore is the worst place to pilot anything because things work here." - Calvin Cheng

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

UK start-up builder says one in two young Singaporeans want to be an entrepreneur

SINGAPORE (Aug 19): Days after a survey by the World Economic Forum suggests that scarcely any youthful Singaporean wants to be an entrepreneur, another study seems to suggest otherwise.

Malaysia

There are 'real' (non-rent-seeking) corporate heroes

SINGAPORE (Jan 28): Pretenders to the throne, please be seated. Last week, I wrote about some of our public- and private-sector successes in embracing technology and delivering quality services efficiently and effectively. This proves that Malaysians have

Business formation in Singapore expected to spike in 2H17: Hawksford

SINGAPORE (Sept 5): A total of 15,855 new businesses were formed in Singapore over the second quarter of 2017 alone, according to data from the Singapore Commercial Credit Bureau (SCCB) as presented in Hawksford Singapore’s latest research report, Singa

In print this week

At close to 200 years old, this company is seeking young blood

SINGAPORE (July 7): As one of Singapore’s oldest companies, Boustead Singapore has cycled through numerous businesses including commodity trading, tin smelting, shipping and the distribution of consumer goods.

8 Asia Pacific startups to disrupt the global food value chain

SINGAPORE (May 11): Eight pre-Series A startups involved in food technology (foodtech) and agriculture technology (agriculture) have been named as finalists in the inaugural edition of the Future Food Asia Award (FFAA).

Singapore retains title as most talent competitive country in Asia Pacific

SINGAPORE (April 18): For the fourth consecutive year, Singapore has retained its top spot in Asia Pacific in the Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) 2017, followed by Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Malaysia.  

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

What’s holding Asia’s millennials back from unleashing their entrepreneurial spirit?

SINGAPORE (March 29): A higher proportion of employees across Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia (37%) are considering leaving their current job to start on their own business compared to the global average of 28%.

Two Singapore women chosen for EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women Asia-Pacific 2017

SINGAPORE (March 8): Global professional services firm EY has unveiled the 2017 class for the EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women Asia-Pacific programme, coinciding with this week’s celebration of International Women's Day.
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