STORIES OF THE WEEK
Singapore has undoubtedly been a bright spot for the global startup landscape in recent years, and is home to a number of unicorns.
In recent years, there has been a rise in the popularity of electric vehicles (EVs) and governments have released policies and grants aimed at boosting its adoption.
Ever since the Covid-19 pandemic hit, e-commerce has boomed in popularity, with consumers buying everything from home appliances to groceries online.
Many global tech titans are converging in Singapore, and it is now a growing innovative tech hub.
Amid soaring demand for online and mobile alternatives, new digital players are transforming banking for individuals and companies.
A look at how the Singapore government has been harnessing technology to improve lives for all.
The global pandemic has disrupted lifestyles, healthcare, workplace cultures, business operations, and more.
Interest in cryptocurrency is at an all-time high, and Singapore has emerged as a key blockchain and crypto hub in Asia.
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Farm to table: This S’pore startup digitises agricultural supply chain to benefit F&B players
Lesser of two evils: EVs may not be 100% eco-friendly, but it’s much more sustainable than ICE
Celsius CEO unveils business recovery plan, but it’s full of holes that will sink them deeper
The problem with stagnant growth in STEM careers ‘stems’ from gender gap in the workplace
This Dato’s e-motorbike food “trucks” empowers delivery riders in M’sia to be foodpreneurs
S’pore firm EVOne charges ahead to solve EV needs – clients include DHL, NUS, bus operators
Renowned for their widely popular multifunctional Quiver bag, The Bold Company (formerly BOW) strives to create products designed to fulfil an active, go-getter lifestyle.
Clumzy Plumzy’s sour plum vodka is proudly made in Singapore.
Blendery produces small batches of nutritious superfood latte blends that are sugar-free and dairy-free without adding any preservatives.
Bovem is a premium manscaping brand based in Singapore, specialising in below-the-waist grooming. Their goal is to build the quintessential lifestyle for men, starting from where it matters the most – the golden globes.
Why tech giants Meta, Google and Adobe are likely to collapse within 10 to 20 years
How does the ASUS Zenbook 14X Space Edition stand out from the rest & who is it for?
A decade of delivering food and more: How foodpanda is pushing the new era of quick commerce
Great Resignation to Great Layoffs: Does the recent tech layoffs signal an industry downturn?
Grab buys and relaunches S’pore food portal HungryGoWhere, which ceased operations in 2021
4 BNPL apps in M’sia, ranked by someone who actually made purchases through them
Ant Group soft launches ANEXT in S’pore, a digital wholesale bank focused on SME funding
Digital banks will soon launch in S’pore: Grab, Sea, Ant Group are actively hiring for it now
BNM has announced its 5 digital banks, here’s what they’ll bring to the table
Before you GOpinjam with TnG eWallet, here’s a comparison to other credit choices in M’sia
HDB valuation to rodent checks: How GovTech uses data science, AI to improve gov’t services
Getting up to speed: SNDGG exec on how S’pore can take advantage of data and AI
S’pore pilots world’s first AI governance testing to reinforce transparencies among companies￼
How GovTech built an e-wallet that lets S’poreans instantly access gov’t payouts via ATMs, apps
This gov’t platform lets S’poreans easily share Covid-19 test results, vax status with firms
Inflation is 56% higher for the richest Singaporeans, and that’s great news for the budget
GIC assets grew by a record S$280 billion, but not a dime can be spent in Singapore
While airports in US and EU are suffering, the pandemic has made Changi Airport even stronger
Vacancies at records, wages grow by 7.8% as hiring in S’pore outpaces other advanced nations
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