Tech giants

Many global tech titans are converging in Singapore, and it is now a growing innovative tech hub. 



3 billion

Number of rides achieved in January 2019

187 million

Number of users

138 million

Number of mobile app downloads

S$15 billion

Company valuation (as of January 2021)



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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.

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