The Australian economy has had its fair share of peaks and troughs. I absolutely love Australia and it is home for me, but I am disappointed by the support it currently offers to a ‘budding entrepreneur’ such as myself.
At the moment the name Sugar is on everyone’s lips – particularly in Singapore and surrounding Asian regions, based on a job ad they posted yesterday. They are currently looking for five people to join the team in various roles, however it has been the role of Lead Software Engineer that has been garnering attention.
The OAXIS team created Star.21 after recognising the value of gamification in health and fitness, especially at a time where people live fast-paced lifestyles.
Alex Turnbull, son of Federal Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull, may be setting an example of how Australians can work with their Asian counterparts. The Sydney Morning Herald reported today that Alex Turnbull is planning to launch a Singapore-based hedge fund, Keshik Capital, which will be “focused on Asia with the flexibility to invest globally”.
With three technology startups in her credits, Singapore-based entrepreneur Rosaline Koo is the centre of a rags-to-riches story.
Innotribe, SWIFT’s initiative to enable collaborative innovation in financial services, selected five finalists from the Asia Pacific leg of its annual Startup Challenge to compete at Sibos 2013 in Dubai.
The Bazaar was launched by the team behind creativity and innovation news and editorial site DesignTAXI, that was named by Forbes Magazine as one of the “The Top Five Sites for Keeping Up With Creativity and Design” and featured in TIME Magazine as one of “The 140 Best Twitter Feeds of 2012”.