Singapore is becoming a hub for innovation and startups not just in the Southeast Asian region, but across the globe.
Revered as an international economic center, Singapore’s startup ecosystem has quickly become a trailblazer in Southeast Asia. Forbes named it the eighth-best place in the world for business and the Global Entrepreneurship Index gave it the highest possible ratings for growth, process innovation and internationalization. More and more startups have discovered the significant support Singapore has to offer, from its myriad of government initiatives to a prevalence of foreign investors. The last decade has seen countless success stories in e-commerce, digital media and analytics, but its status as a Fintech leader is what sets it apart from other ecosystems in Asia and across the globe.
Startup Guide Singapore is packed with expert advice, insightful interviews and essential resources. Whether you’re looking to get connected with an entrepreneur, startup, investor, program, school or coworking space, it has all the tools you need to build your business in this small but dense ecosystem.
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Published March 2019
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