Tech start-up funding reached a record high in Singapore in 2018. After a reported decline in 2019, the first half of 2020 was also surprisingly steady considering the pandemic’s growing global impact. Photo: iStockphoto Tech start-up funding reached a record high in Singapore in 2018. After a reported decline in 2019, the first half of 2020 was also surprisingly steady considering the pandemic’s growing global impact. Photo: iStockphoto
Tech start-up funding reached a record high in Singapore in 2018. After a reported decline in 2019, the first half of 2020 was also surprisingly steady considering the pandemic’s growing global impact. Photo: iStockphoto

Startup SG’s Singapore Week of Innovation and Technology (Switch) looks to spark start-up culture with the fourth Slingshot contest and other initiatives

  • The global contest brought 7,500 applications from over 150 countries last year, from the likes of Australia, China, Israel, Canada and the US
  • The judges include representatives of venture firms such as Decacorn Capital and Sequoia Capital, and multinationals such as the L’Oreal Group and Rolls-Royce

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Tech start-up funding reached a record high in Singapore in 2018. After a reported decline in 2019, the first half of 2020 was also surprisingly steady considering the pandemic’s growing global impact. Photo: iStockphoto Tech start-up funding reached a record high in Singapore in 2018. After a reported decline in 2019, the first half of 2020 was also surprisingly steady considering the pandemic’s growing global impact. Photo: iStockphoto
Tech start-up funding reached a record high in Singapore in 2018. After a reported decline in 2019, the first half of 2020 was also surprisingly steady considering the pandemic’s growing global impact. Photo: iStockphoto
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