Startup Singapore: 5 successful startups in the land of greenness

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Startup Singapore: 5 successful startups in the land of greenness

Singapore has always been known as the 2nd freest country in economic according to 2018 Index which encourages a huge amount of startup to establish and develop. However, how to “survive” and thrive for the glory is another story in this intense environement. Let’s have a glance at top 5 triumphant startups in this prominent land.

1. Honestbee

This Singaporean startup offers the service of collecting grocceries, foods and delivering them within the shortest amount of time via a mobile app. This seems to be quite simple when it comes to a business model but thanks to hitting different customer segments appropriately ( housewives, part-time shoppers, students, and so on), it has been quite successful by raising $15M from investors .

2. Zuzu Hospitality Solutions

Founded by Dan Lynn and Vikram Malhi in 2016, Zuzu provides revenue management and marketing services to small hotels while enabling them to preserve their own brands and distinct identity. Zuzu got $2M dollars to help small hotels compete with big chains.

3. 99.co 

99.co is a Singapore-based startup focuses on real-estate market. For more information, founded by Conor McLaughlin, Darius Cheung, Dominic Ee, Ruiwen Chua, Saurabh Mandar, Yan Phun, the company is a map-based property search engine that provides renters, buyers, and agents fast and efficient property search experience.

4. Grab

This “giant” must be heard all around Asia due to its successful story. The company implements a ride-hailing platform that offers booking service for taxis, private cars, and motorbikes through one mobile application. Anthony Tan and Tan Hooi Ling have established the Singapore Startup since 2012 and now it becomes one of the biggest company in Asia owing to the funding of $5.1B.

5. ShopBack

ShopBack is a Singapore-based company which provides consumers with cash-back offers from partner merchants across six countries in south-east Asia. Ever since the establishment in 2014, the Singaporean startup has gained total funding amount of $26.1M.