Oracle to open startup center in Singapore
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Oracle to open startup center in Singapore

Oracle has expanded its Startup Cloud Accelerator program. The initiative will continue to fuel cloud-enabled…

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AMPED awards for four tech startups
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AMPED awards for four tech startups

One company makes phone cases to fit emergency medicine and another develops communication software for…

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Author, entrepreneur and PR professional, Allison Kugel starts Upitch
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Author, entrepreneur and PR professional, Allison Kugel starts Upitch

Tulsa StartUp Series completes a decade
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Tulsa StartUp Series completes a decade

The Tulsa StartUp Series will mark its 10th year of competition Wednesday with its inaugural…

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Birmingham retains start-up title
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Birmingham retains start-up title

Analysis of Companies House data shows that 17,473 new businesses were registered in Birmingham during…

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SAP says Europe’s tough privacy law could kill startups
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SAP says Europe’s tough privacy law could kill startups

Europe’s tough new data privacy law is so strict that it could kill off startups…

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Swedish startup crowdfunds futuristic car
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Swedish startup crowdfunds futuristic car

Making car travel sustainable is a big challenge, and for a startup to take it…

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H2 Ventures founders find new hope with $4 million (£3.33 million)
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H2 Ventures founders find new hope with $4 million (£3.33 million)

After a failed first attempt at setting up a publicly-listed venture capital fund for fintechs,…

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Google’s ‘bootcamp’ to support start-ups in Thailand
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Google’s ‘bootcamp’ to support start-ups in Thailand

Google Thailand has started “Start-up Bootcamp”, while it unveiled two start-ups, Wongnai and Skootar, as…

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Irish startups peak
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Irish startups peak

The number of new Irish startups reached its highest level in almost two decades last…

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