Around 400 venture-capital firms form the backbone of Singapore’s vibrant start-up ecosystem, which comprises more than 3,800 tech start-ups and 220 accelerators and incubators.
Around 400 venture-capital firms form the backbone of Singapore’s vibrant start-up ecosystem, which comprises more than 3,800 tech start-ups and 220 accelerators and incubators.

Why venture capitalists are investing in Singapore’s start-up ecosystem – particularly health and biomedicine

  • In the first nine months of 2021, city-state businesses – home to more than 3,800 tech start-ups – signed deals worth over US$1 billion focused on health and well-being
  • Nation will spend US$17.5 billion on research and innovation over five years to 2025 to help it adapt to changes in global economy in post-Covid world

Around 400 venture-capital firms form the backbone of Singapore’s vibrant start-up ecosystem, which comprises more than 3,800 tech start-ups and 220 accelerators and incubators.
Around 400 venture-capital firms form the backbone of Singapore’s vibrant start-up ecosystem, which comprises more than 3,800 tech start-ups and 220 accelerators and incubators.
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