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Daily Briefing: Tesla to scale its team in Singapore with 11 new hires; SIA's home delivery service offers S$288 to S$888 Chinese New Year menus

And edutech startup Geniebook expands into Vietnam.

From e27:

Tesla, the global tech giant known for its fast-paced and “innovations-first” work culture, is ramping up its team in Singapore with more new hires.

According to Tesla’s website, the electric car major has been looking to hire people to fill the following positions in Singapore: logistics analyst, store leader, vehicle service technician, vehicle readiness specialist, vehicle operations specialist, operations manager, sales advisor, parts advisor, customer support specialist, and country manager.

This follows the US-based firm’s filling up of three positions across different verticals in the island nation in July last year.

Tesla, the world’s most valuable automaker, ranks among the top 10 biggest companies in the US. It also offers a variety of cutting-edge projects, such as Superchargers and Tesla Network, with a great salary for its employees.

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From ChannelNewsAsia:

Every year, we’re typically spoilt for choice when it comes to dining options to ring in the Chinese New Year. This year, there's another possibility to add to your list: SIA@Home’s special festive menu.

As you know, SIA@Home is the airline’s delivery service that brings the first and business class experiences into the homes of those who miss flying.

For a limited time ‘till 28 February, diners can now order from a special Chinese New Year festive menu, curated by a member of SIA’s International Culinary Panel, chef Zhu Jun.

Chef Zhu is a Michelin-starred chef from China and the founder of the restaurant brand, The Hut, which is a collection of Huaiyang cuisine restaurants in China.

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From e27:

Geniebook, a Singapore-based edutech startup that identifies students’ strengths and weaknesses using artificial intelligence (AI), announced today that it has expanded its operations into Vietnam.

The expansion marks Geniebook’s third office internationally, with its headquarters located in Singapore, and another office in Indonesia.

Additionally, the company claims it achieved $13.33m (US$10m) in annual recurring revenue, along with maintaining profitability and positive cash flow, thanks to a strong financial year in 2020.

Launched in 2017, Geniebook uses AI and machine learning to personalise learning by recommending assessment concepts and questions based on each student’s strengths and challenges.

With students made to stay home for months due to COVID-19 safety measures, home-based learning has become a big part of 2020.

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