Our world is changing rapidly and we are witnessing how the global pandemic is spurring governments, financial institutions and brands into a frenzy of action to save lives, and to protect livelihoods and bottom lines. Economic and fiscal rulebooks were rewritten overnight, and business models rapidly adjusted to stay relevant—and afloat—in response to a crisis like the world has never seen before.
As schools and universities have turned to remote learning to ensure students do not miss out despite the coronavirus pandemic, a survey revealed that in Singapore, universities are handling the switch significantly better than primary and secondary schools.
Companies and consumers will rely heavily on fintech products in the coming months and years as the effects of the coronavirus pandemic play out. Increased innovation and continued investments in the sector will see it go from strength to strength.
As schooling shifts online amid the COVID-19 crisis, there is a dire need for a more holistic approach to internet policymaking. Unless governments provide key internet services, education gaps will widen in Southeast Asia.
The pandemic has slowed government efforts to revive the struggling hawker industry. What does the future hold?
Facebook0TwitterReddit0Linkedinemail Singapore’s recent election saw a controversy over the unique challenge of population planning: whether the incumbent party would move to increase the city-state’s population,…
Southeast Asia’s gaming market presents a new way to boost the region’s economic growth in the post-COVID-19 era.
With political campaigns entirely online but voting still taking place in person, what does Singapore’s election say about future votes in Southeast Asia?
Ten young women across diverse sectors were recognized with awards for their work and leadership, showcasing the region’s female changemakers.
The 36th ASEAN summit took place via videoconference with leaders and high-level politicians convening virtually. Here’s how the media covered the story as Vietnam played host to a very different event.