This is BIG’s second cohort this year and its largest since its inception in 2009; the 19 startups span diverse sectors such as e-commerce, cybersecurity, logistics, financial services, healthcare, and sustainability.
A digital government would help enhance transparency and reduce corruption and a digital economy will help create new growth models.
More people were expected to continue working from home in the future, increasing the demand for heightened cybersecurity, cloud services and virtual collaboration software.
Under the MOU, the partners will jointly explore, identify and develop mature carbon capture technologies, coupled with new technologies that utilise cryogens, membranes and hydrogen.
The launch of the second facility in Hong Kong underscores its importance as a major data hub, providing customers with the coverage, capacity, and connectivity requirements to support their digital ambitions.