Fintech is rushing into Singapore like a wave, bringing with it startups that are attempting to revolutionise the ways that businesses and individuals are managing and accessing money. Amongst that pool is Funding Societies, a startup that crowdfunds for entrepreneurs who are looking for a faster, better way of obtaining funding to expand and sustain their businesses.
Being on a tiny island with not much land to speak of, it can be hard for Singaporeans to each have their own working spaces, much less comfortable, roomy ones. But some locals are working to change that, by creating co-working spaces where individuals and startups can work from. Since the debut of HackerspaceSG — Singapore’s first co-working space — in 2009, many others have followed, leading us to wonder which are the most attractive and conducive spaces in town.