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Tech in Asia Singapore 2018 is just around the corner. Like the previous editions, this year’s conference is chock full with people to meet, insights to learn, and potential partnership deals. Here’s another item to add to your list – if you’re on the lookout for a new career opportunity, you might just find them when you wander to Startup Factory.

Interested to know more about work culture, career opportunities, day-to-day responsibilities and benefits you’ll get working with one of these promising startups? Visit the exhibiting booths and get to know the faces you might be potentially working with come May 15 and 16.

Day 1

Magloft (Singapore)

Magloft

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Magloft helps companies transition from print to digital publications and enable indie publishers to get their own fully branded digital magazine apps in Apple and Google App Stores.

As part of the Livit Ecosystem, they’ll provide you with accommodation and daily meals along with other perks and experiences! If you fit their criteria of a ruby on rails developer or a senior front-end developer, apply below or meet them in person at booth SF169.

Tueetor (Singapore)

Tueetor

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Tueetor is a free, online marketplace that leverage on their location-based technology to connect learners and trainers for all kinds of skills and subjects.

If you’re into sales and business development, Tueetor is now hiring both interns and full-timers for their business development executive, lead generation specialist, and client engagement specialist positions in Singapore and Malaysia. Look them up at booth SF126!

TranSwap (Singapore)

TranSwap is a platform that matches your foreign currency needs with other users at the mid-market exchange rate in an easy and secure way, helping you and your business save money. They’re currently looking for a software engineer/lead web developer to join their team! Apply now or find out more from their booth at SF138

Cognalearn (Singapore)

Singaporean-based Cognalearn is an interactive learning platform catered to students and educators that focuses on authorizing technologies that have been created at Duke-NUS Medical School to help with cognitive science learning. If you are passionate about edtech, they’re looking for an engineering manager that can help oversee their team of developers to ensure they write well-designed code using the best software development practices. Look for them at booth SF131 to find out more!

Other exhibiting companies hiring on day 1:

Cites Gestion, Singapore (3 job positions)
Doctor Anywhere, Singapore (3 job positions)
Good for Food, Singapore (2 job positions)
X0PA AI Pte Ltd, Singapore (2 job positions)
GetLinks, Thailand (7 job positions)
beSpider, Pakistan (1 job position)

Day 2

Learn Anything (Singapore)

Learn Anything is an edtech startup which aims to connect qualified teachers of all trades to curious, keen learners who need help!

As they grow their pioneering team, Learn Anything is seeking for new people to take on the roles of a CTO, UX designer, and digital content creator. If you want to find out more, they’ll be exhibiting at booth SF224.

Luggage Teleport (Singapore)

Luggage Teleport

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Luggage Teleport is an on-demand luggage transportation service for business and leisure travellers between airports and hotels in a metropolitan area.

While the company was founded in Palo Alto, California, they are currently looking for new team members to fill roles based in Singapore. Open positions include CTO, front-end web developer and a web developer intern. Visit them at booth SF287 to learn more about what they do!

GHL ePayments Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)

GHL ePayments Sdn Bhd

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Founded in 2013, GHL has been empowering online merchants throughout Southeast Asia with a full-featured payment solution.

If you’re interested in the Internet Payments field, GHL is looking for people with passion and the willingness to learn to join them as a finance associate, marketing associate and senior solutions consultant. Apply below or find out more about the roles at their booth SF249.

Wowwwz (Malaysia)

Wowwwz

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Calling themselves the Linkedin for romance, Wowwwz is a daily lifestyle app aimed to help singles find and build lasting romantic relationships by leveraging your unique social graphs.

Based out of a cosy and homely co-working space at Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, the team is a fun & quirky bunch looking for like-minded interns to join them! They have 3 internship vacancies for software engineering, and 5 vacancies to be their super intern! Visit them at booth SF251 to find out more.

Rentfix (Indonesia)

Rentfix is an online property marketplace where property owners, property agents and prospective tenants can interact to find the best match for their rental needs.

As they move towards their vision to become the “Best Technology Company in the Property Sector”, they need a marketing lead to oversee their marketing campaigns in Indonesia. If you’re keen, apply below or find them at booth SF223!

Cleo Finance (Czech Republic)

Hailing all the way from the Czech Republic, CLEO Finance is building a platform to enable traders and investors to develop automated trading systems in plain English.

There are new products and features lined up in their roadmap, and they need a Testing Engineer and .NET Developer to help them deliver these tools to their growing user base. You can meet them in person to know more about these roles at booth SF236.

Other exhibiting companies hiring on day 2:

EkkBaz, Singapore (2 job positions)
Milieu Insight Pte Ltd, Singapore (1 job position)
Reidao, Singapore (8 job positions)
Sleek, Singapore (9 job positions)
Plasma Bank, Hong Kong (1 job position)


Get to meet over 5,000 folks and hear from the best industry when you get your conference pass today.

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