Singapore: PayPal’s startup incubation program that landed in Singapore last year, graduates it first 3 incubatees after spending nine months at the international payment company’s Technology Center in Singapore.
Singapore: PayPal has announced that it will partner with Singapore Management University (SMU) to roll out a fintech scholarship in Singapore worth S$180,000 (US$126,900).
Singapore: This lab will collaborate with government agencies, small and medium enterprises (SMEs), industry associations and institutes of higher learning, to foster innovation, research and development (R&D), entrepreneurship, talent and expertise in Singapore.
Singapore: Online payment company PayPal has launched its first startup incubation programme in Singapore with three financial technology, or fintech startups selected. The nine-month programme will offer the startups coaching and mentorship by PayPal executives and other experts, as well as networking opportunities.