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Differences between Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors

Differences between Venture Capitalist and Angel Investors This article was first published on Shao-Ning's Blog. Who do I fundraise with? I thought to just share the key differences between venture capitalist and angel investors, to help fund-seeking founders navigate the space better. This list is done with the Southeast Asian startup ecosystem in mind. Who … Continue reading Differences between Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors

Startup Conversations: Ion Mobility

One small step for man, One giant leap for mankind! Asia being the largest market for motorcycles presents huge opportunities for Ion Mobility. The team at Ion Mobility is shaping the personal transportation space by replacing combustion engine motorcycles with their pollution-free electric motorcycles. In this month of Startup Conversations, we caught up with founders, … Continue reading Startup Conversations: Ion Mobility

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

Startup Conversations: KroniKare

KroniKare is a MedTech company with the aim of using Big Data & Artificial Intelligence technologies to revolutionize the Medical Industry. Their solution consists of 15 years of data and allows medical practitioners to assess wounds 30 times faster than traditional methods. In this month of Startup Conversations, we caught up with Co-Founder & CEO … Continue reading Startup Conversations: KroniKare

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