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Singapore firms see silver lining in eldercare industry


AS Singapore strives towards its Smart Nation vision, it cannot escape the fact that it is also an ageing society.

But rather than view the silver tsunami as a disaster to be averted, industry players say it is a wave that local businesses should catch.

By one estimate, the ageing market sector in the Asia-Pacific is projected to reach US$3.3 trillion by 2020, making ...more

Trendlines to deepen presence in Singapore

THE Trendlines Group - the Israel-based, Catalist-listed startup incubator that invents, incubates and invests in medical and agricultural technologies (medtech, agtech) - is looking to significantly deepen its presence in Singapore this year.

For starters, the group will incubate up to four Singapore-based companies via Trendlines Medical Singapore (TMS), its first incubator outside of Israel. ...more

Zuellig pledges to invest over S$50m in S'pore centre


ZUELLIG Pharma plans to work with Singapore's National Healthcare Group to develop predictive models for early health screening, and carry out treatment cost versus quality analysis, using data analytics. It announced this on Wednesday, following an investment commitment of more than S$50 million over the next five years in its new Singapore-based innovation centre.

The ...more

Healthcare sector needs to evolve

UNSURPRISINGLY, healthcare has been identified by the Committee on the Future Economy (CFE) to be a key growth cluster in areas of scalable technology, wearables and solutions in predictive analytics and disease prevention, and has been earmarked for an Industry Transformation Map (ITM).

For healthcare in Singapore, similar to other developed and emerging economies, the pressure to ensure ...more

Trendlines Group must show it can build great companies

THE Trendlines Group, an Israel-based medtech incubator listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX), has received a shot in the arm of up to S$2.2 million from Spring Singapore.

The grant that its subsidiary Trendlines Medical Singapore will receive from the enterprise development agency of the Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry is for the unit to invest in and nurture medical technology ...more