Artificial intelligence is the trending tech topic of the year and Singapore’s government doesn’t want to miss out.
When it comes to innovation, there is no such thing as status quo – you either improve or decline relative to everyone else, and sitting in a comfort zone for too long could prove costly.
The Business Times interview with SGInnovate Founding CEO Steve Leonard on the 5 areas it will focus on to help startups and entrepreneurs at each stage of their development.
Most accelerators work on a model of helping existing teams and companies build and enhance their solutions, but Entrepreneur First (EF) takes a different approach.
SGInnovate organised our first 3-day TAG.Pass Transform programme in Taiwan. Several startups from Singapore visited to Taiwan’s National Jiaotong University Industrial Accelerator and Patent Development Strategy Center, as part of a knowledge and expertise exchange session between Singapore and Taiwanese innovators and entrepreneurs.