StartupX is calling on change-makers to tackle the biggest challenges the world faces with the launch of its new global innovation programme today.
eet Eugene Soh, 32, founder of Mind Palace, a social enterprise that uses virtual reality (VR) technology to immerse persons with dementia in familiar locations or experiences, thereby keeping their minds active and slowing the effects of dementia. To date, Mind Palace’s VR headsets have been piloted at several nursing homes across Singapore, and plans are […]
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StaffAny has previously received grant funding totalling S$75,000 (US$54,000) from organisations including the NUS, Enterprise SG, and StartupX, a pre-accelerator programme in partnership with Temasek.
Home-grown human resource (HR) start-up StaffAny has raised a $1 million seed round led by technology investment company FreakOut Holdings and angel investors.
Eugene Soh, a full-time tech artist for about seven years now, is the founder of creative tech company Dude Studios and social enterprise Mind Palace. The Pikachu-inspired filter on the left is one of his many creations.
Based on a census run by the Korean Foundation in 2016/17, there are 90 million registered k-pop fans across the world who are dedicated and ready to spend.
Here are some entrepreneurs behind 8 startups in Singapore, who’ve already set their gears in motion even before they’re out of school.
The finals of the 4th P.A.K. Challenge came to a successful conclusion on 12 May 2019 with five teams walking away with a total of $40,000 to further develop their business ideas.
AR filter creator, genetic counsellor, ethical hacker and drone specialist are among new jobs that have been created amid rapid advances in technology, changing marketing strategies and a shift in how people view certain industries
The Kint Story was founded less than a year ago by two NUS graduates, Elisa Goh and Huang Yushu.
To support more startups to access startup capital grants, Enterprise Singapore has appointed 17 more Accredited Mentor Partners (AMPs) to Startup SG Founder, bringing the total number of AMPs to 45.
Currently, 95% of their customers come from overseas, with 80% of them being based in the US.