To date, only a precious few ‘unicorns’ — start-ups that reach valuations of US$1B—such as Grab and Garena have emerged in Singapore. What conditions need to change to drive a wave of local startup successes with global reach?
ASEAN 50 years on may look like a miracle, but the make or break factor of this peace and economic growth lies in leadership. How can ASEAN hold up against new and old challenges?
Innovation often invites some level of messiness and creative chaos. But what does this mean for Singapore – a country whose success has been built on an efficient, rules-based system?