With the spread of ever connected devices, FinTech has become a very hot topic in Singapore and all global financial centers. Both large financial institutions and startups are engaged in developing innovative technologies to provide new financial products and services, and to enhance the efficiency of financial markets.
Leading nation in Asia and the world for business, wealth and quality of life, Singapore aims at becoming the first “Smart Nation”. To explain this idea and motivate its people and entrepreneurs to adopt and develop a more connected way of life through technology, a new visionary video presents some aspects of this Smart Nation.
Singapore is famous for being a great place for business with high salaries and good work conditions. Aspirations, goals and mindsets of professionals in Singapore are however not always as familiar. This study by LinkedIn dives deeper in the psychology of work in Singapore with interesting insights for HR professionals.
With very little land available for agriculture, Singapore is importing most of its food. To relieve this dependence, new techniques now enable the local production of vegetables through vertical farms. Thanks to this innovative system, Singaporeans enjoy “home-grown”, environment-friendly and fresher green products.
Singapore has become a hot spot for startups in Asia with a vibrant supporting ecosystem. Yet, estimating the proper amount of funds to be raised and ensuring a fair allotment of the company’s capital remains tricky for any entrepreneur. Here are some useful guidelines to help you raise the proper funds in Singapore.
Singapore has several advantages that make it an ideal place for media and advertising companies to settle in Asia. With a pro-business environment, good infrastructure and a very tech-savvy population, Singapore provides a great environment for businesses in content production, communication and data analysis.
The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore – IDA – is the government agency in charge of developing information technology and telecommunications in Singapore. IDA supports citizens and companies to assist them in learning, using and developing the information technology eco-system of Singapore.
With the 2015 budget of Singapore came an increase of the personal income tax rate to 22% for the highest income. In this interview, Singapore Second Minister for Trade and Industry S. Iswaran gives some insights on the objectives of the Singaporean government’s fiscal policy and strategy for investment, redistribution and funding.
Singapore is a rising star for tourism in Asia, with a host of ultra-modern skyscrapers, vertiginous panoramas and luxury hotels. In a trend-setting video that sums up some of the city’s best places of interests, Louis Vuitton glimpses through historic landmarks and avant-garde designs to communicate an elitist taste of Singapore.
Though Singapore is a rather small country in Southeast Asia, when it comes to mobile devices, Internet, social media and e-commerce, Singaporeans are some of the most active users in the region and the world. With such a mature digital market, Singapore has become a global hub and a regional capital for tech companies.