Crowdfunding in Singapore supports the SME industry by providing more forms of financing to address their needs. SeedIn, one of Singapore’s largest debt-based crowdfunding platforms, follows this path by supporting SME growth efforts by provision of crowdfunding loans.
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Converting your new company’s brand into a household name is the dream of every entrepreneur. But very few new businesses are able to achieve this success. Since its establishment 14 years ago, Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group (AKLTG) has become a training powerhouse, with practically every Singaporean having some degree of familiarity with the company’s […]
Having the dream of becoming an entrepreneur since he was young, Hariman, the founder of Polliwogs turned his dream into reality to the tune of one million customers in a span of 7 years.1Polliwogs started in 2009 with zero advertising, just like most businesses. The big difference was, he did no advertising as he built […]
Crowdfunding platforms do due diligence. After all, their reputation is at stake and MAS has its eyes on them. Is that a relief for you? We hope not.You see, as a crowdfunding investor, you still must do your own due diligence. After all, it’s your money at stake. Risk, in varying degrees, are present in […]
Of course, you would not entrust your investment to just any fund seeker who approaches you, would you? But crowdfunding investors, particularly those who are in their first year or two in this industry, has this perennial challenge: how on earth would you know if a company is worth lending to or not?
The crowdfunding scene has undoubtedly sparked a high level of interest among investors. Could you easily tell whether you should lend your money to a fund seeker or not?So what should one do? Other than carrying out the necessary due diligence on the companies’ credit ratings and business model, you should also find out how the […]
A fund seeker with a good record approached your crowdfunding platform. Everything about the fund seeker looks good, except for one annoying detail: they’re on Month #3 of an on-going deal with a 6-month tenure.When a fund seeker asks for a crowdfunding deal on top of an on-going one, that’s called stacking. Is stacking legal? […]
The success of an internet-based start-up depends on several factors. It needs to provide a service for which there is a strong demand, it should implement its business plan in an effective manner and most importantly, it should have the capability to scale up its operations so that the business can grow to the next level.
Find out more how this entrepreneur is stepping into the boutique fitness arena in Asia. In this interview, Jeffrey revealed his growth hacking strategies, how he got started on his platform and quickly scaled into 8 countries within a year of time.
Often people might think that the path for dating apps is to focus on romance and love. But that may not be the case for Singapore-based dating Tinder-like app in Asia, Paktor.