Setting up a remote team

Manpower crunch has been very a real headache for businesses, especially those in the technology sector. One of the most common and frequent requests I personally get from founders are referrals for technology talents. It’s doubly hard over the past couple of years as the cost of tech talents has really hit the roof.  Technology … Continue reading Setting up a remote team

Tax issues to consider for Angel Investors in Singapore and SEA

Tax issues to consider for Angel Investors in Singapore and SEA This article is originally written by Nexia TS. The information below is relevant to shareholders/investors who are natural individuals. For companies or other legal personalities, the associated tax implications could differ. Hybrid instruments (such as redeemable preference shares or convertible loan notes) may give rise … Continue reading Tax issues to consider for Angel Investors in Singapore and SEA

Singapore Startup’s Guide on Retrenching Responsibly

Singapore Startup's Guide on Retrenching Responsibly This article was first published by Coach2Nurture. During this period, Singapore start-ups may face certain challenges in managing resources including headcounts. While you are contemplating retrenchment, we would like to share some TAFEP guidelines on alternatives Alternatives to Retrenchment Send employees for training to upgrade their skills and employability … Continue reading Singapore Startup’s Guide on Retrenching Responsibly

Fintech Lending 101 Lesson 1- Defining The Digital Lending Value Chain by Greg Krasnov

“I have nothing new to teach the world.”  (Mahatma Gandhi)P2P …  AltScoring… CMS… Comparison Sites … Platforms… There is too much confusing terminology and business model “drift” surrounding the digital lending domain these days.  Thus, I’ve decided to put together a series of articles to demystify the Digital Lending vertical of the Fintech industry.  I hope … Continue reading Fintech Lending 101 Lesson 1- Defining The Digital Lending Value Chain by Greg Krasnov