Big tech dominated the news to start the week, but Startups across Asia received some nice funding rounds in various sectors
Monthly Archives: January 2018
How Strawberry Cosmetics, a brick and mortar retail store, successfully transitioned to the digital economy
Saturday Kids is a private company running workshops to teach kids how to code. Meet Founder John Tan and an inspirational student named Chenhao.
A wrap of all the news you need to know heading into the weekend from the e27 Podcast Network
A mid-week update on all the major stories from e27
A former banker from the UK, Sarah started a custom clothing company in Hong Kong for professional women’s workwear. She became an entrepreneur on the heels of the financial crisis and of becoming a single mom when she adopted her first child.
Isabella Wren marries old-school artisanal sewing with cutting-edge technology, paving the way for solutions for made-to-order apparel.
The future is here. In our first episode, we look at the gorgeously deigned members club and co-working space in Singapore, 1880. We chat with the club’s co-founder Luke Jones to understand what went into the conceptualising and making of this unique space—where work, play and wellness co-exist effortlessly.
The Hardware Guy for Y Combinator sits down with e27 to chat innovation, startups and why it’s time to ‘hack’ the housing industry
A conversation with the Founder and CEO of Dropee, Lennise Ng. Hosted by Kevin McSpadden
Startups, technology, With a few years each in the startup world, EF Entrepreneur in Residence Daniel Thong and e27 Editor Kevin McSpadden sit down for a session on banter