28 Apr '16, 1am

Singapore must support overseas entrepreneurs to drive local startup ecosystem

If it wants to emulate the thriving startup ecosystem in Silicon Valley, Singapore needs to make it easier for technopreneurs from other parts of the region to set up shop and work in the country. Some 60 percent of technology vendors in the flourishing US environment are not from America, hailing instead from a myriad of different nations including India, Estonia, Russia, and China, according Jamie Camidge, head of strategic partnerships and alliances at Telstra's accelerator programme, muru-D. Latest news on Asia Samsung mobile profit highest in two years for Q1 Singapore must support overseas entrepreneurs to drive local startup ecosystem Bright spot in India amidst Apple's revenue slump, but challenges remain With Cheetah Robotics launch, software giant wants to create China's first global tech brand The story of the Tech Girls of Mumbai Pointing to the ease of setting...

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