Singapore: The programme will help startups create innovative applications using sensors, big data, analytics and the Internet of Things (IoT) across industry verticals like healthcare, the public sector, education, manufacturing and financial services.
Singapore: Insurer AIA Group and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have launched an innovation centre to help people get the insurance cover they need to help them lead longer and healthier lives.
India: The company has launched its first startup, SmartShift through this initiative. It is app-only firm that connects cargo owners with transporters for intra-city logistics facilities. It is also ready to come up with two more startups.
Singapore: Under this programme, some 30 fintechs will be offered up to S$30,000 of funding, a working space, software access, and mentorship from UOB bankers. Through each three-month cycle of building and pitching of products, 10-15 UOB staff are expected to take part.
Singapore: HSBC has launched a financial technology (Fintech) innovation lab in Singapore that enables the bank to work collaboratively with corporates in developing the next generation of digital and mobile banking services.
Singapore: Drawing on DuPont’s leading position in Agriculture & Nutrition, Advanced Materials and Bio-based Industrials, the new DuPont Singapore ASEAN headquarters will focus on delivering new innovations tailored to meet the unique needs of the ASEAN marketplace.
India: Intel India on Thursday unveiled Intel India Maker Lab and Intel India Maker Showcase to power product innovation in India in Internet of Things (IoT), mobile devices and other computer focused domains.
SWISS bank UBS officially opened a new innovation centre here yesterday that focuses on developing financial technology (fintech) products for its wealth-management customers.
The centre, named Evolve, works closely with start-ups and bank clients to develop solutions that could be applied to the world market.