by: Vinay Dora K

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Asia, with its vast pool of talent and market potential has been a hotbed for innovation and growth for a while now. We at the Grow VC Group have always had our focus on Asia, as much as other emerging regions of the world, having consistently reached out to various businesses and startup ecosystem players, and sharing our market understanding and insights.

Singapore, due to its proximity to the exciting South-East Asian markets as well as the major economies of China and India, has been a favorite for global startups and investors. From being voted among the top location for techies and those keen on maximizing their investment returns to being a known telco-friendly and environment-friendly country, the island nation offers a congenial environment for value creation.

Feel free to reach out to know more about opportunities in Singapore, including about its government grants and other assistance offered to growth companies seeking to establish presence or expand their business operations in Singapore and rest of Asia. We will also be there at Echelon 2013, Asia’s Largest Tech Conference, to be held 4-5 June 2013 in Singapore. In the meantime here are 11 things to look out for at Echelon 2013, as recommended by e27. Stay tuned for more events and updates from the region.

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Vinay Dora K A digital native, Vinay has seen web technology and its business development from close quarters through his experience with startups and corporations like Yahoo! Inc. A learner for life, Vinay is active in the student community circles with recent stints at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm School of Economics, Peking University China and as a media panel delegate at Harvard University's HPAIR conference. Follow Vinay on Google, Twitter, Facebook & LinkedIn

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