Passers-by hold their mobile phones as people take a selfie photo using a smartphone, with Singapore's central business district skyline, in Singapore, May 10, 2019. Photo: Reuters

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s Vulcan Capital enters Singapore with US$100 million to invest in Southeast Asia start-ups

  • The Seattle-based company plans to use the nine-figure allocation in Singapore to back tech start-ups in Southeast Asia
  • With deepening mobile penetration and an emergent middle class, the region has given birth to tech giants in the past decade
Topic |   Start-ups

TOP PICKS

Passers-by hold their mobile phones as people take a selfie photo using a smartphone, with Singapore's central business district skyline, in Singapore, May 10, 2019. Photo: Reuters
READ FULL ARTICLE