Nearly half the workforce of Suntec International Convention and Exhibition Centre (SICEC) will be retrenched. Suntec Singapore jointly announced the news with the Building Construction And Timber Industries Employees’ Union (BATU) yesterday (28 August).
Massive effort to ensure safety made possible with use of mobile apps, wearable devices.
Founded by student entrepreneurs at NUS, this startup aims to create the “Canva for robotic systems”.
Hackathons seem to have disappeared from Singapore’s start-up scene since the outbreak of Covid-19 earlier this year.
From helping a taxi uncle with his taxes to delivering cupcakes for home bakers, Outside is an app that can do all of that.
The Business Times looks at 10 inventions that were born from the pandemic.
Created by Augmentus, an industrial automation company, this machine pollinates flowers and harvests strawberries.
The new funding will be used for hiring, especially marketing and operations positions for customer service as the company scales. Reebelo currently operates in Singapore, but plans to expand across the Asia-Pacific region over the next two to three years.
As companies resume limited operations in Singapore’s phased lifting of the circuit breaker, careful tracking of their staff’s attendance, temperatures and health declarations will be a top priority for employers, to ensure they will be allowed to stay open.
Amidst the COVID19 pandemic, HyperSpark’s Demo Day cruises ahead on Wednesday 6 May, with 10 startups sharing real stories about their challenges and commitment to tackling global sustainability issues.
The cohort will feature a company working on zero-waste organic toothpaste, a tech-enabled hiring platform for migrant workers, and a social learning platform for kids. HyperSpark, an early-stage, sustainability-focussed startup programme in Asia, will hold its Demo Day on Wednesday (May 6). The virtual Demo Day will feature 10 companies in the first cohort of […]
NSman Magazine interviews StartupX CEO, Durwin Ho on bringing together people with the right ideas to meet the challenges of sustainability
Startup innovator Durwin Ho talks about bringing together people with the right ideas to meet the challenges of sustainability.
For 26-year-old Lee Jing Lin, her answer to this dating app fatigue is a new service called Kopi Date, which aims to strip away the walls of technology and take us back to good-old getting to know each other over coffee.