Singapore based digital incubator, Fatfish Medialab Pte Ltd announced its investment into four Singaporean tech startups. The mobile and social network-focused incubator made the investments via the i.Jam Reload scheme under the Media Development Authority of Singapore. The four investments are:
PeeplePass is a travel social media platform with the ability to do “big travel data analytics”.
Blazable Studio provides a cloud-based mobile game development platform that will assist the creation of mobile games.
VDancer Revolution partners Singapore’s research and development agency, A*Star, to licence its Dance! 3D software. The partnership will see the further development of the technology to turn it into a commercial grade game engine for mobile devices.
DockPHP is a one-stop solution that enables users to create dynamic websites on the fly.
Fatfish Medialab is run by a team of experiences entrepreneurs and investors. Partners Chow Yen-Lu and Lau Kin Wai will act as mentors to the portfolio companies. Yen-Lu was formerly a Distinguished Technologist at Apple and his career spans over 28 years in the technology, startup and venture capital industries. Kin Wai has built companies across Southeast Asia and was among the youngest in Malaysia to become the managing director of a public listed company at the age of 28.
In the press release, Managing Parter at Fatfish Medialab and co-founder of the Fatfish Group Lau Kin Wai said, “ We had quite an exciting first quarter of the year with the investments we made into the four startups. We are selective in finding the right startups to invest in, but we do see a very active startups scene in Singapore. At this juncture, we believe that we will be investing into more than 15 startups over the next 24 months.”
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