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Throwback: Danke, Berlin!

At the end of our school programme we spent two weeks in Berlin, Germany last year, visiting startups and finding out more about the tech ecosystem in the city and country (and of course, took the chance to travel around). Read “Danke, Berlin!“, and here’s a short excerpt: “To the uninitiated, heading to Berlin, Germany – … Continue reading

Throwback: e27: Venture Into The Upper Echelons

As part of a school programme I spent six months in 2015 at e27, a media and events startup housed in Block 71. It was a great stint, filled with tough moments but many learning opportunities too. Continue reading

Deeper Examination Of Survey On Third-Party Apps

In addition to the general findings by market research firm YouGov – which found that 53 per cent of [the 1,929] Singaporeans interviewed “want the authorities to legislate third-party apps, such as Uber and GrabCar” (TODAY, Oct. 21) – questions should be asked of the profile of these respondents, a breakdown of the observations across different segments, as well as the framing of the questions. Continue reading

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