Orange Fab Asia is holding a pitching event, supported by SGInnovate, in Singapore on 26 June to look for the next up and coming Asia-based startup with an established product. Register to join this 26 June pitch event with us, where the winners will be given the exciting opportunity to pitch and demo to large audiences from various VCs and large corporations during our Demo Day in Seoul on September 19th, 2019, Taipei on October 16th, 2019 or Tokyo on December 4th, 2019.
Engineers have the ability to create and innovate solutions to some of the world’s biggest problems. Real Skills Education, a not-for-profit organisation based in Australia is bringing some of the most talented engineering students to Singapore to present deeply technical solutions towards global social issues afflicting the world we live in.
Morning Pitch is a pitching platform hosted by Deloitte Tohmatsu Venture Support. This platform helps startups form business alliances and partnerships with large corporations, corporate venture capital and venture capital firms. The focus for this Morning Pitch on 24 May 2019 is on Logistics.
The NAMIC Startup Innovation Forum is an inaugural platform for global Additive Manufacturing (AM) startups to pitch their innovative ideas for support and funding. This inaugural forum is held in conjunction with the NAMIC Summit 2019, which features a week of AM-related activities and programmes.
In highly regulated sectors such as MedTech, understanding how to navigate the regulatory system is critical. Hence, identifying supportive partners is essential in growing and impacting your businesses.
Quantum Computing will ultimately revolutionise the future economy and many different industries. It is a high-stakes race towards achieving the quantum advantage, whereby quantum computers would be able to crunch data faster than traditional computers and solve problems that are currently unsolvable.
As a follow-up from the hugely successful launch of the Asia Institute of Mentoring (AIM) back in January, AIM and WholeTree Foundation are bringing you this event on Mentoring in the Tech Space, in partnership with SGInnovate, to explore how mentoring plays an ever-more critical role in helping visionary tech founders build successful next-generation companies.
Our German Startup Night features best-in-class German startups that are part of the German Accelerator Southeast Asia’s five-month acceleration and immersion programme. The evening will focus on introducing our Class of Spring 2019 as they embark on their Southeast Asia expansion, and hearing from our graduating Class of Winter 2018 on their learnings in Southeast Asia and future plans.
SGInnovate is excited to launch “The Startup Series” aimed to support our companies with their commercialisation efforts. As the name indicates, this will involve a series of full day and half day workshops that will prepare you for the customer world; including sales process, negotiations and storytelling.
Today, Singapore hosts more than 200 MedTech SMEs and startups, and over 60 multinational medtech firms that undertake activities from regional headquarters and manufacturing to research and development. These companies continue to provide tangible benefits for Singapore's research, innovation and enterprise and healthcare systems, and well position Singapore to serve the larger Asian marketplace.
This is a closed-door, by-invitation-only event with Mr. Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Deputy Prime Minister and Coordinating Minister for Economic and Social Policies, on matters that impact Singapore’s future economy and our push towards entrepreneurship, talent development, innovation capabilities of our companies, and international collaborations.
Singapore and Sweden are both global innovation powerhouses. The two countries top The Economist Intelligence Unit’s new 'Technological Readiness Ranking' for 2018-2022. And based on the Bloomberg 2019 Innovation Index recently announced in Davos at the World Economy Forum 2019, Singapore and Sweden are among the world’s top ten nations in areas such as R&D spending, manufacturing capability and concentration of high-tech companies (Sweden is second only to Silicon Valley when it comes to the number of unicorns produced per capita).