Singapore startup Dropsuite is one step closer to listing on the ASX through a reverse takeover of resources company Excalibur Mining after raising the minimum subscription of $5 million.
Singapore-based data analytics startup Nugit, founded by Australian entrepreneur David Sanderson, has raised US$5.2 million ($6.8 million) in funding from Sequoia India.
Singapore ecommerce platform Sprooki appoints former Westpac CIO as chairman as it prepares for ASX listing
Singapore ecommerce platform Sprooki has today announced it had appointed former Westpac CIO Bob McKinnon as chairman as it prepares to list on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). McKinnon will bring over 40 years of experience in business, governance and finance to help Sprooki expand further across Australia and New Zealand.
Talent Unleashed Award finalist uHoo helps identify the toxins in the air we breathe to create healthier lifestyles
Singapore-based startup uHoo tracks air quality and provides real-time alerts through a mobile device application. The company has developed a pint glass-sized device equipped with more sensors than any other product on the market so far, which measure toxins to help users learn about the air they’re breathing and identify potential triggers for respiratory conditions.
Singapore-based app, SportsHero has announced a strategic partnership with social media giant YuuZoo to bring fantasy sports to over 118 million users across 164 countries.
Today Singapore was announced as the fifth and final landing pad for innovation and will join San Francisco, Shanghai, Tel Aviv and Berlin.
Today VentureCrowd announced the completion of a $643,000 equity crowdfunding raise for Australian tech education startup Zookal along with a new fundraising campaign for e-sports network GAMURS.
StockFans is a fantasy trading platform giving amateur traders a no-risk way to learn about the markets
Singapore startup StockFans has created one such platform that allows players to buy and sell stocks with virtual cash.
Gemstar is an ‘unstructured, personalised accelerator’ helping Australian startups capitalise on opportunities in Southeast Asia
Gemstar Technology, a company that aims to bridge the gap between Australia’s growing technology sector and the trade, investment and market opportunities that exist in Southeast Asia using Singapore as the gateway, has entered a new growth phase with the strategic appointments of Martin Christmas and Geoff Gourley.
Hutbitat is taking on two of the biggest companies in Australia; and based in Singapore, that’s going to be pretty hard
Some may think it would be crazy to think that Real Estate and Domain, both disruptors themselves could ever fall to their knees. However, that doesn’t stop startups from launching something similar with an “individual twist” on the concept that hopefully gives them a unique selling point from the two industry heavyweights.
Last month, education technology startup Literatu formally released its complete Windows 8.1 operating platform app for Microsoft in Singapore. At the event were teachers from various schools in the region, each of whom had a Microsoft Surface computer so they could take part in the live demonstration of how Literatu could help benefit both themselves and their students in the classroom.
Singapore’s startup ecosystem can be replicated anywhere in the world by creating a robust venture capital base
A decade ago, startup was a wild notion for Singapore. Conservative and moderate, this society preferred seeing their best brains in the government or in banks – safe and sound places. Starting a company, investing and risking were fads acceptable for a very small handful of people.
Telstra-backed startup accelerator muru-D has launched in Singapore today. The accelerator hopes to attract the region’s best digital talent, foster local technology innovation and grow the entrepreneurial ecosystem across Southeast Asia.
Singapore government has invested in $1 million seed fund round for HealthTech startup Migraine Buddy
Mobile HealthTech startup Healint announced last week that it had raised $1 million in seed funding for its new app Migraine Buddy. The round was led by Wavemaker Pacific with Gree Ventures and Shin Ryoku also coming in on the deal.
As any business advice listicle will tell you, social media marketing is key to success in this day and age. Hootsuite, Buffer, and Tweetdeck seem to have cornered the market over the past few years, but a New Zealand startup called Unified Inbox believes it can challenge the big players.