Tag Archives: innovation

When K-pop Becomes Your Business

Three young K-pop fans in SMU quickly recognised the business opportunity that a global fanbase presented. SMU Accountancy student Janessa Sim and her partners decided to set up an online marketplace selling fan-made K-pop merchandise—KpopKart, designed as a one-stop solution to buy and sell K-pop merchandise for fans from anywhere in the world.

Blu: Here to Revolutionise Retail Logistics

Heard of blu? It currently has one of the largest parcel terminal networks in Singapore and is the brainchild of SMU alumnus Prashant Dadlani. Find out how he is revolutionising retail logistics in Singapore one parcel at a time.
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Is Asia Creatively Challenged?

Asia isn't quite the hottest home to innovations these days—and it seems that culture might be related to this, says SMU Assoc Prof Roy Chua.

To Win on Kickstarter, Don’t Look Too Innovative

Creators are taking to crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter to help turn their ideas into a real business. But are crowds really better than traditional funding bodies at identifying what is truly innovative?
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“Relink-ing” Dreams and Reality

Recent BAcc graduate Peng Bojie created not one but two business start-ups while at the SMU School of Accountancy. His source of inspiration? Computer chargers which just didn't last...
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Transforming the World’s Halal Dining Experience

The only thing connecting or disconnecting demand and supply is information (or lack thereof). SMU alumna, Siddika Jaffer's 'Halal Dining Club' aims to be the bridge for Halal establishments across the globe.
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