500-backed startups are creating employment opportunities in the region. Super app Grab partnered with a social services agency in Singapore to train and provide job placements for 400 special needs students. In Australia, Neuron Mobility launches a fleet of e-scooters in Tasmania, pledging to invest in the state and create 50 locally-sourced jobs.
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- Grab to provide opportunities for 400 special needs students
- Neuron Mobility to create 50 jobs for Tasmanians
- Friz offers freelancers greater financial freedom
- Prenetics offers 60-min COVID-19 pre-departure testing at airport
- Carousell boosts support for SMEs in Hong Kong
- Kredivo makes IKEA dream home more accessible
- Eric Cheng shares 3 key practices within Carsome
- iPrice reveals Southeast Asia shopping trends of 2021
- VulcanPost’s four 500-backed startups to watch in 2022
- Wallex marks important milestones for 2021
- Why mobile learning is the way to go according to Gnowbe
- Horangi on building cyber resilience
Other stories you may have missed:
- Insurtech startup YAS MicroInsurance was selected as one of the awardees of Deloitte Technology Rising Star 2021.
- Guillem Segarra, CEO of e-grocery startup HappyFresh has been announced as Indonesia’s Endeavor Entrepreneur of The Year 2021.
- AMTD PolicyPal makes Startup Lanes’ top 20 list of fintech startups in Singapore.