More than S$8 billion invested in Singapore’s start-up scene in first half of 2022

Channel NewsAsia

Start-up investment in Singapore has grown exponentially each year since 2017, even through the COVID-19 pandemic. The billions invested – including more than S$8 billion in the first half of 2022 – are a sign of strong investor confidence.

“We are seeing, with all the different macro trends happening, that Singapore, having emerged well, having a very stable, and having a very viable ecosystem not just for here but for the entire region, thereby anchoring ourselves as the very logical hub for any venture capital firm that wants to expand into the next big region, to be based here”, said James Tan, Chairman of the Action Community for Entrepreneurship.


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