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The future of kidney dialysis may just be a 'handbag' - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

The future of kidney dialysis may just be a 'handbag'

Awak Technologies CEO Suresha Venkataraya believes his company is on the cusp of revolutionising the field of kidney dialysis.

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

Raising the next unicorn, uniquely

With no lack of investors, venture capital firms, incubators and accelerators are seeking new ways to attract the next billion-dollar start-up

ThoughtFull brings therapists to your smartphone - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Disruption and Digitalisation

ThoughtFull brings therapists to your smartphone

As a student and later a professional working in the US, Canada, London, Paris and Hong Kong, Joan Low had grown accustomed to a cosmopolitan lifestyle.

Disruption and Digitalisation

ComfortDelGro makes strategic investments in tech start-ups through venture capital fund

SINGAPORE (June 4): ComfortDelGro (CDG) announced that its six-month-old US$100 million corporate venture capital fund ComfortDelGro Ventures has made three strategic investments in transport-relat

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Don’t know what to eat? Let TabSquare personalise your menu

SINGAPORE (Mar 4): It was a busy lunchtime crowd at the OLDTOWN White Coffee restaurant at Suntec City Mall.

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Ex-banker shoots for space with better, cheaper rockets

SINGAPORE (Feb 25): Adam Gilmour had been a banker for more than 20 years when he left his job in 2012 to realise his boyhood dream of developing space technology, especially rockets.

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This start-up taps on data to help you attract retail shoppers

SINGAPORE (Dec 21): With the rise of e-commerce, traditional brick-and-mortar retailers have struggled to grapple with a fall in the number of customers visiting their stores.

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Modern Aging helps entrepreneurs recognise seniors as savvy consumers

SINGAPORE (Dec 17): About two years ago, Christel Goh, 27, felt that her grandmother could be showing the early warning signs of dementia.

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EngageRocket aims to help HR departments make data-informed decisions

SINGAPORE (Oct 22): More data and less gut feel. That’s how talent should be hired, rewarded and retained, in the view of the founders of software-as-a-service start-up EngageRocket.