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The founder of Wee Nam Kee couldn’t cook chicken rice – but turned a S$42,000 loss into S$1 million profit in 7 years
Founder Wee Toon Ouut died aged 81 on Sunday (Oct 13).
Singapore’s women entrepreneurs face limited funding, gender biases but are equally successful securing funds compared to men
Excluding Hong Kong, Singapore is the most gender-neutral market for business capital raising globally, HSBC said.
In six years, the duo had multiplied their initial capital 600 times.
Razer’s Min-Liang Tan is looking for 1,337 fans to follow on Instagram – here’s how to get him on your followers list
He said he wanted to "track the latest news from our top fans".
Singapore’s 50 richest saw their wealth surge in the past year to reach S$180 billion – and it’s thanks to these 3 guys
Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin is US$1.2 billion poorer. On the bright side, he's still Singapore's third richest man.
Industry 4.0 is expected to bring US$216 billion to US$627 billion in gains for ASEAN.
Singapore is the first in the world to have a trademark registration app – and it’ll take just 10mins to file an application
The app also uses AI technology to help prevent applicants from filing for trademarks that are too similar to existing ones.
Want to be successful? Avoid toxic co-workers and culture, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan tells SMU graduands
When he first started Razer with S$4,000 in his savings, Tan says he "conveniently forgot" to tell his parents that he wasn't a lawyer anymore.
Wall-E? 300 robots will help clean Singapore by next year – they wink, tell jokes, and even speak Singlish
They can also sing and rap.