Updated: May 4
Singapore in its 51 years has become a hub of tech innovation in the east. Its 5.3 million population sits as a global tech player, eclipsing neighbours double its size. CEOs are created by the day as they develop disruptive products for the world to see. According to a Straits Times article, released last March, Singapore is one of the top stages for tech startups in the world, highlighting its strong engineering and growth talent.
"The experience levels of Singaporean talent was found to be comparatively strong, with 80 per cent of engineering and 74 per cent of growth teams boasting at least two years of prior start-up experience compared to the global averages of 72 per cent and 60 per cent, respectively. Start-up founders based in Singapore were the youngest in the world, with a median age of 28 years." - Ann Williams, Singapore overtakes Silicon Valley as No. 1 for global start-up talent .