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The Drinking Partners is a local purveyor and distributor of specialty beers from Belgium that aims to promote a beer appreciating culture in Singapore.
Yoursphere is an online social network that is centred around safe and fun rewards-based interactive content and activities for children and young people up to the age of 18, with features dedicated to guarding youth privacy and safety.
Chicago-based startup hardware appliance maker Branserv has an incredibly lofty vision - to rebuild the American economy.
There is a new generation of Brazilian tech innovators that is making Silicon Valley sit up and take notice.
Flex developer Hu Shun Jie from online video microblogging service Seesmic (think a video version of Twitter) is taking some time off his extremely...
Singapore Internet service provider MyRepublic announced another weapon in its growing arsenal - its entrance into the enterprise broadband space, with a three-tiered product offering for small, medium and large companies.
Sales is a key function in any company, and SalesConx.com CEO Evan Sohn believes that his company can help other small to medium businesses...
Obesity is a major problem in America and it's only getting worse. Entrepreneurs Keegan Hall and Eric Fogel, founders of Emergent Detection, believe they have a solution to this weighty issue with their fitness technology product, BodyKey.
At first pass, review sites can seem overwhelming, especially if you notice negative feedback about your bar or restaurant. With a little time and effort, however, you can turn these sites into a great tool for getting more customers in the door.
Most people think entrepreneurship is one of the riskiest decisions they can ever make in their life. Not Taggo's Aneace Haddad.
The way the Singapore blogosphere is growing, throw a stone randomly these days and you're likely to hit a self-proclaimed social media expert, guru or master. Mention Facebook, Twitter or Plurk, and you'd be swamped with unsolicited advice from all over on how such social media platforms do, or do not work, in the Singapore context.
David Gash, the CEO of San Diego-based advertising design agency Prova Advertising, created his site with the aim of 'putting advertising in the hands of business owners'.
Shaun Neff started Neff Headwear in 2002 as a clothing company selling shirts and hats - he would buy 99-cent headbands and take a paint pen to them, and giving those to friends to help promote the brand.
The Intersect Fund is a non-profit microlender that aims to provide small businesses in New Jersey with loans - from $500 to $20,000 - to help get them off the ground.
If the numbers in Elance's Global Online Employment are anything to go by, the demand for and the supply of online talent - buoyed by corresponding trends like cloudworking (or the "human cloud" if you will) - have been surging across Asia, signalling an increasing preference for more casual, freelance work.