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When local chocolatier Aalst Chocolate first set up in 2003, it was driven by one singular mission—to bring premium made-in-Singapore chocolates to the world. Today, Aalst Chocolate sells 98 percent of its products to more than 50 countries globally.
In just two years, igloohome has grown from a small start-up to creating presence in over 80 markets. With Enterprise Singapore’s support, the smart lock company was able to gain a strong foothold in Asia Pacific and the US by forging strong partnerships through their participation in international tradeshows.
Shopmatic may be based in Singapore but when the e-marketplace service provider startup launched, it went global first – entering the challenging but promising Indian market before even Singapore's. Their bold launch in India has had its share of challenges, but Shopmatic says it's been more than worth it. With Enterprise Singapore as partner, Shopmatic is poised to enter 20 markets by 2020. Not t...
ViSenze was born to go global. From day one, this award-winning visual search tech startup has helped e-retailers Rakuten Taiwan and Zalora transform the way netizens shop online. Touted as one of the most promising tech start-ups in Asia, ViSenze has gone on to bag clients in India such as Myntra, Caratlane, Bluestone, and Xerve.in. CEO and co-founder Oliver Tan shares the secrets to its success ...
In 2016 alone, homegrown e-commerce startup Anchanto expanded into nine countries, including India, Australia and China. Today, the firm is present in Singapore and 13 other countries. CEO Mr Vaibhav Dabhade says the company's global success hasn't just come from ambition, however, but has also come from well-honed strategies and prudence. Working closely with IE Singapore(now Enterprise Singapore...