S’pore Startup Eatsy Expands To Indonesia, Lets Users Order Food Before Reaching Restaurant
S’poreans Can Use PayNow To Settle School Fees, Traffic Fines By 2023
Liquid Group Now Lets S’pore Travellers Use Cross-Border QR Payments In Hong Kong
Over 600 Cold Storage, Giant, 7-Eleven And Guardian Stores In S’pore To Accept WeChat Pay From Nov 1
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S’pore Businesses Can Now Use PayNow To Handle Payments, Salaries And Claims
CarouPay Launches – You Can Now Pay In-App On Carousell With DBS PayLah!, Credit, Or Debit Cards
WeChat Pay Partners ComfortDelGro To Win Over S’pore Market – But It’s Not That Easy
Companies And Banks Are Busy Pushing QR Payments In S’pore, And It Might Replace Cash By 2019
1,000 Merchants Have Signed Up For A M’sian Payment App That Hasn’t Officially Launched
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.
Grab is a leading “super app” in Southeast Asia.
Amid soaring demand for online and mobile alternatives, new digital players are transforming banking for individuals and companies.
Interest in cryptocurrency is at an all-time high, and Singapore has emerged as a key blockchain and crypto hub in Asia.
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.
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