Singaporean students Dalton Ng (middle) and Qin Guan (left) used Swift to create Master, their upcoming iOS app which aims to revolutionise how people study.
Yesterday, 110 startups descended on WeWork and fought gallantly to be crowned TOP100 champions of the Singapore leg.
“We recreate familiar surroundings for patients using pictures and information that their family provides. We have already brought this platform to nursing homes and we bring the residents to places like Great Wall of China and Taj Mahal, all from the comfort of the nursing homes.”
Why some Singaporeans are deciding to cut their lives short – and how the Asian city-state and individuals are trying to curb the problem
Business schools need to foster a spirit of innovation in graduates who face a world of disruption but many programmes remain outdated, says Oon Tian Sern. SINGAPORE: The latest Global Innovation Index ranked Singapore as the fifth most innovative country in the world. We come up top in many areas including high-tech manufacturing and high-tech […]
Marcus Tan credits his mother for giving him the courage to take the leap with Carousell. After working for a year as a business development consultant at tech company Oracle, Tan, along with two other self-proclaimed computer geeks, decided to create an e-commerce platform for buying and selling of new and secondhand goods. “She was […]