Beyond 2020, what is the outlook for Singapore startups and SMEs in Germany? If you’re considering Germany as a potential market for your company, here’s an infographic snapshot of what you can expect.
Scaler8 startups in various deep tech sectors share how they are adapting to the challenges and opportunities presented by the coronavirus.
Scaler8 mentor Sebastian Weiss, Founder & CEO at Swentures UG, shares his expertise on what startups should think about when scaling internationally.
Six Singapore-based startups will bring innovative deep technologies in Smart City, Medtech and Regtech to Germany via the Global Innovation Alliance acceleration programme.
There are already more than 70,000 foreign companies operating out of Germany, and Singapore startups and Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) stand a fair chance of joining their ranks.
Singapore startups and Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) looking to expand their business into global markets such as Germany can now look to Enterprise Singapore’s Global Innovation Alliance (GIA) programme, Scaler8, for support.
Enterprise Singapore, the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) and German Accelerator Southeast Asia (GASEA) signed a MOU to support Singapore-based startups in their expansion to Germany, as part of the Global Innovation Alliance.
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