Daily Markup #15: Carousell donates S$2 million worth of ad inventory to NGOs and GetCraft…

Horangi offers free cybersecurity solutions.

S$2 million ad inventory giveaway

  • 500-backed classifieds marketplace giant Carousell continues its philanthropic efforts to help businesses impacted by the ongoing pandemic.
  • In tandem with the #SupportLocal umbrella of initiatives, Carousell announced today that it is donating S$2 million worth of ad inventory to non-profit organizations in Hong Kong, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Singapore.
Credit: Carousell
  • The effort helps NGOs impacted by Covid-19 with the replenishment of food and essential health supplies, raise donations for upkeep costs, provide volunteers and support other initiatives caring for families-at-risk and seniors in need.
  • Interested charity bodies and NGOs can apply here.

Get jobs with GetCraft

  • Does your brand require a website / brand overhaul? Know someone who does?
  • GetCraft has launched a creative briefs and jobs board for creative professionals and clients to look for freelance projects or work.
  • To ease the financial burden of clients and creators, the 500-backed creative enterprise has made it free to post and respond to briefs on the board.
  • Besides, GetCraft has been hosting free webinars covering a wide spectrum of art topics. The next one is on calligraphy!

Horangi offers free cybersecurity solutions

  • 500-backed cybersecurity startup Horangi is offering two enterprise solutions free for six months.

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  • On its website, the SaaS firm revealed that global phishing activity has increased by 667% and the initiative aims to protects companies against these unscrupulous cyber threats.
  • Register here if you’re keen.

Government incentives to the rescue

  • Which areas will benefit from these incentives?
  • Learn more from this comprehensive summary by the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

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