Several up-and-coming business leaders emerged within just the past few years, marking the waves of change in the world of business and technology. Morgan Sims shares her favorite four.
At a recent launch event of its EB-4000 and G6000 series of projectors, imaging hardware and solutions company Epson showcased various applications of projection technology in a commercial context that was achievable with the simple use of its high brightness projectors.
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.
New artisanal ice cream brand, The Inspired Chef, aims to deliver cold, cold ice cream right to your doorstep after you order it online.
The Singapore retail landscape is changing, but are schools preparing students for new ways of doing business?
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.
Crowdsourcing Week was an inaugural event in Singapore which aimed to bring together a diverse audience from various industries - creative, government, startup and technology - and bring about discussion on the issues surrounding crowdsourcing and how that can apply in their individual environments.
by Ade Putra Singapore is no stranger to the magic of crowdfunding. We’ve seen local filmmakers, musicians and product designers leverage on the new medium...
Senior fellow at the McKinsey Global Institute, Anu Madgavkar shared during a sharing session organized by search giant Google the impact of the Internet on small businesses in Asia, and highlighted how a country's infrastructure can aid or limit the impact of small business on its economy.
Ylva Binder, the founder of Rhuby - an all-natural liqueur made from the humble rhubarb, a vegetable more commonly used in pies - talks about running her own liqueur business after 25 years in the spirits industry.
PBS Digital Studios's biweekly series called "Inventors" features videos by filmmaker and photographer David Friedman, interviewing and chronicling the work of contemporary inventors from all walks of life.
A Singapore-based start-up company will soon have its technology adopted by a number of leading Asian newspapers, including Thailand's The Nation, Hong Kong's China Daily and The Star of Malaysia.
MyRepublic celebrates its one year anniversary by introducing Teleport, a new VPN-like service that lets its users stream content from online services from around the world like Hulu, Pandora, Netflix and BBC iPlayer without the need for cumbersome traditional VPN methods.
CEO of mobile marketing solution provider Elephanti, Lalin Michael Jinasena, explains why he doesn't believe that his industry will go the way of the floundering daily deals industry.
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.
GET4X is a Singapore-based technology startup that looks at simplifying the process of how Singaporeans exchange their foreign currencies by offering an online site as well as an iOS mobile app that allows users to compare rates from various money changers in Singapore.
During a season when most large corporations cut prices in order to entice consumers to spend, craft breweries do quite the opposite - creating and releasing their best (often also the priciest) products that excite their consumers.
Glyder is an iPhone application that lets small businesses create and share effective marketing messages for Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, as well as email, text message, MailChimp and even Passbook.
TradeHero is a stock market simulation app for mobile devices that draws real-time data from 14 stock exchanges, 45,000 global securities and 1,300 currency pairs and allows users to simulate trades in game form.
Targeted for small- to medium-sized enterprises, cloud-based inventory and sales management SaaS application TradeGecko is designed to simplify the tasks of running a wholesale business and making it more social and engaging.
GoFundMe.com is a crowdfunding platform that lets someone collect donations for a personal cause or a life event. The site lets users manage their campaigns, thank donors and even communicate with supporters.
A new Singapore hardware startup, AFTERSHOCK PC, believes it can compete in the laptop market with its range of custom laptops wholly dedicated for gaming.
Singapore-based travel startup, Qiito (www.qiito.com) lets its users compile and build a personalized travel journal, complete with images and location. Users can also peruse and "adopt" travelogues compiled by others, making the sharing of travel experiences a lot more social.
More than 20 Intel-enabled Ultrabook systems have been introduced since October 2011, and the companyl is currently tracking more than 110 3rd-generation Intel Core processor-based Ultrabook devices in the upcoming product roadmaps of their various hardware partners.