A laptop, a dream, and lots of coffee. These folks came into riches not through investments but through ideas instead. We’ve browsed the history books and discovered the 10 most expensive Singapore startup acquisitions.
Singapore isn’t exactly known for entrepreneurship but in the past half a decade or so, a few upstarts have bootstrapped their way to financial success with one idea for a startup, lots of determination, and perhaps a dash of luck. Some slogged through years and years of hardship before making it big while others had it a bit easier. One thing they all have in common though is a passion to make a difference in the different fields they’ve ventured into with their respective startups.
We browse through the history books and bring to you the 10 most expensive Singapore startup acquisitions that made a few hardworking people instant millionaires. It also made the angel investors who believed in these folks a bit more money.
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We asked 14 Singapore finance bloggers to share what they would do if they could go back in time and invest their first $20,000. They can no longer rewind time, but you can learn from their experience and hopefully start with a better footing.
Who knows, you might get inspired and start on your own dreams. Or maybe, you’re an angel investor looking to diversify your portfolio. We hear Block 71 at Ayer Rajah Crescent is the perfect place to be at for startup acquisitions.
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