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    SGX and Singapore’s top research agency to help bring tech startups to market

SGX and Singapore’s top research agency to help bring tech startups to market

Photo credit: tang90246 / 123RF. Singapore’s stock exchange today announced a scheme to find promising startups and small businesses and help them find funding and market opportunities. The Singapore Exchange

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    Brief: Singapore wants 2,600 cyber security experts for National Service within 10 years

Brief: Singapore wants 2,600 cyber security experts for National Service within 10 years

Photo credit: olivierl / 123RF. The news: The Singapore government plans to tap promising students to do their national service in a new cyber security unit set up by the

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    Singapore plans to spend $1.7b this year in contracts for Smart Nation apps

Singapore plans to spend $1.7b this year in contracts for Smart Nation apps

GovTech chief executive, Jacqueline Poh. Photo credit: GovTech. The Singapore government plans to dedicate US$1.7 billion to working with the private sector in financial year 2017, the Government Technology Agency

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Singapore’s ongoing tech push: VR in schools, more fintech, and tech IPOs

  Singapore’s ongoing tech push: VR in schools, more fintech, and tech IPOs

Photo credit: David Russo. The way Singapore pushes technological adoption and evangelizes digital transformation is barely news anymore – the

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Singapore wants to find tomorrow’s star founders with private sector mentorship

  Singapore wants to find tomorrow’s star founders with private sector mentorship

Photo credit: David Russo. As it becomes more obvious that the digital market is the way to go for Singapore’s

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Hate filling out forms? The Singapore government has a solution

  Hate filling out forms? The Singapore government has a solution

Image credit: 123RF. Opening a bank account is painful. You’d need to fill out long forms and submit documents. The Singapore

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