Nidhi Singh

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Former Correspondent, Entrepreneur Asia-Pacific

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Indonesia Is All Set to Become the Next Co-working Hub

With GoWork bagging huge funds, the battle for co-working dominance will further intensify in 2018

Entrepreneurs Who Battled Depression For Years

Behind happy-looking faces and successful lives hide a fierce mental battle

Here's What Made Microsoft Invest In Ride-hailing Giant Grab

The five-year collaboration will transform the delivery of digital services and mobility in the Southeast Asia

Apps That Failed To Survive The New Era of Innovation

Before Google+, there were several other apps that were discontinued after few years for failures

Is Japan Heading Towards A Self-Driving Revolution?

In the Japanese mobility space, it is partnerships that are driving innovation to explore the potential of autonomous vehicles

Toyota, SoftBank Partner to Drive Safer Mobility For Everyone

The joint venture company will build a network that provides safer and more comfortable mobility for everyone

Take a Look At the Top Three Locations for Tech Enterprises in Asia

The report titled " Top Locations in Asia: Technology sector", has compiled the top locations in Asia for the technology sector

How Gilmour Space Technologies is Leading the Way For Hybrid Rockets

The startup plans to use the funding to launch their first commercial hybrid rocket to orbit in 2020

Amid Cloud Adoption, APAC Enterprises See Rise in Threat-Alert Fatigue

Asia's enterprises have overburdened themselves with the endless task of filtering through floods of daily threat alerts, finds the report

Ola Rides Its Way Into the New Zealand Ride-Sharing Market

The Indian Cab-hailing giant is going to face competition with the likes of global giant Uber and New Zealand-based Zoomy

What an Ideal 21st Century Workplace Should Look Like

Singapore-based Space Matrix has designed offices of some of the biggest companies like Piramal Group, LinkedIn and ITC Ltd.