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Indian startups budding in Singapore | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

Indian startups budding in Singapore | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis | Pitch it! | Scoop.it
Indian startups budding in Singapore - "Chuck out your resume!" is the mantra of Sudhanshu Ahuja who runs his own talent pool business here and is among the young Indians who have taken advantage of Singapore's business-friendly environment to set up their companies.
Ahuja decided to start his own business after being denied a job by a leading bank here.
"Your resume can't really project the work you are good at," Ahuja, who is in his early 30s, said.
"This motivated me to start my own talent pool business.

Here you just have to show your talent and we will give you the job you are good at," Ahuja, who hails from Faridabad, said.

"We organise a challenge for a particular skill and we refer them to companies interested in hiring them," Ahuja, the founder of ideatory said.

Ahuja, who left IIT Delhi to study at Nanyang Technological University here, feel that Singapore has many opportunities for youngsters and it provides a good environment for people who want to start their own business.

"Singapore government encourages youths. Here we have more professionalism and the most important thing is that Singapore has strict rules and regulations so people trust the company that is based here," he said.

Ahuja, whose clients include banking giant DBS and electrolux, is among many Indians who have successfully started their businesses here.

Prasoon, who is an architect from Delhi has the same story. He is the founder of billion bricks that provides shelter to children who stay on the streets.

His company has completed their first shelter in Andheri.

For him a base in Singapore provides him a global reach.

"From here I can spread my business to other parts of Asia and Singapore based company is considered more trustworthy, he said.

And for Aprna Mittal, Singapore has more structured administrative platform.

"Starting a new business here is very easy. People are more professional," Mittal an IIT graduate who runs an online healthcare portal which provides information on healthy lifestyle.

According to industry leaders, one needs only 30 dollars to register a business in Singapore and government is very encouraging if one has a good proposal and idea.

There are non profit organisations like Singapore International Foundation which not only provides a platform for young people all over the world to showcase their ideas but also provides them awards and opportunity to work with leading companies.


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Singapore is definitely a great place to start for Indian startups. On India.com

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This map reveals exactly where Silicon Valley gets its talent

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Where does Silicon Valley's talent come from? This incredibly detailed map tells all. The visualization, made by Bloomberg Businessweek, shows the top 100 sources of "imported talent," from both U..S. states and foreign countries.

According to Bloomberg, “Asian Americans became the majority of the tech workforce in the Valley” in 2010; and one third of Valley startups “are founded by Indian Americans.” In addition, Mexico, Texas, and Arizona rank among the top ten sources of Silicon Valley talent, Bloomberg claims.

Most importantly, this graphic makes crystal-clear why countless entrepreneurs and investors consider immigration reform a top priority. See the graphic in full right here




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