After undertaking various market research initiatives, Neo Kang Wei and his peers who were undergraduates at the National University of Singapore (NUS) then, know very well the pain points of today’s research industry. On top of tedious administrative processes, cumbersome and expensive participant recruitment methods render traditional methods of research recruitment highly inefficient. This is […]
It has been predicted that by 2050, we would have 3 billion more mouths to feed. Coupled with an ever-increasing demand for proteins owing to dietary changes and the rising income of developing countries, global meat and fish production would have to double. Farming such animals requires protein in animal feed, food sources for animals […]
Solar AI is a software company that exists to drive solar adoption by connecting property owners and energy companies. While working across different ventures and problem statements to reduce carbon emissions, Bolong quickly grew attached to the idea of utilising technology in the solar industry and went on to found Solar AI. Personally, climate change […]
GETMARKED is an AI startup whose mission is to create greater capacity among teachers. Low value and repetitive tasks like marking are automated at GETMARKED so that teachers are able to spend more time on students and higher value aspects of teaching. At GETMARKED, the marking of paper-based worksheets are automated, where teachers can simply […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has badly impacted the job market in Singapore, with pay cuts, retrenchments, as well as salary and hiring freezes.
Road construction material, beer and energy – these are some things that start-ups in Singapore are looking to produce as they reuse or recycle waste.
Soon after being announced as the winner of Singapore’s waste-tech startup competition WASTE 20/20, organised by StartupX in partnership with Enterprise Singapore and The Incubation Network, e27 decided to interview Magorium co-founder Chu Xian to find out more about its vision.
Magorium, founded in mid-2019, breaks down shopping bags, bottles and other plastic trash into a material that can partially replace the tar-like, oil-based bitumen in the mixture used to build regular roads.
Health-tech start-up SenzeHub develops wearables that monitor patients’ vital signs such as heart rate and temperature. These devices help flag any deterioration in the user’s condition and provide an early alert for emergencies.
Like many Singaporean millennials, Lee Jing Lin once thought online dating would be the solution to finding love in this digital age.
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.
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.