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EnterpriseSG expands Singapore's tech startups in more cities

The startups can connect with innovation hubs in Mumbai, Melbourne and Sydney.

Enterprise Singapore (EnterpriseSG) said three new Global Innovation Alliance (GIA) nodes were included, namely in Mumbai (India), Melbourne, and Sydney (Australia), which will help Singapore startups to expand.

The government body said the three new nodes will help drive innovation collaboration, bringing the global network of EnterpriseSG to 21 cities.

Singapore tech startups can now explore opportunities, seek business partners, and develop new solutions that cater to the market needs, said Emily Liew, EnterpriseSG’s Assistant Chief Executive Officer.

To date, EnterpriseSG and its partners backed over 500 tech firms through its GIA acceleration programme, which benefitted nearly 700 participants.

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