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Scottish venture designed to make market entry into Southeast Asia easier. Founded by Mark Skinner, former managing director of John Bell Pipeline, and Don Wang, who hails from Singapore. Scotsbridge aims to build upon existing trade links between Scotland and Southeast Asia, creating fresh export opportunities for businesses on both sides of the globe. The…

 

Entrepreneur Shadow Programme by UOB Singapore. In a survey of small business leaders in Singapore, more than half of them say they have difficulty hiring young talent, as most of these graduates do not consider joining a small business as the first step in their career. Much of this is due to their not being…

 

Women entrepreneurs may be the key to global economic development.Today women are as likely as men to recognize the business opportunities around them. In Africa and most of Asia, fear of business failure rates among women is equal to or less than that among men. Women consider themselves strong innovators. In developing countries, in particular,…

 

The hard-wiring of entrepreneurship. When it comes to the stories of entrepreneurs, often we only hear about the big wins. What we don’t see are the downturns, the losses, the belly-up ventures. The fact is, being a young entrepreneur is tough. It’s not for the faint of heart. And as much as we might be…

 

5 young Successful Canadian Entrepreneurs. As jobs for young people become increasingly scarce, many Canadians under the age of 30 are trying their hands at starting their own businesses. The Canadian economy added 61,000 jobs in September 2016, but the private sector actually posted a loss of 15,000 — the growth came from the public…