Singapore is the hub of global commerce and finance in Asia, so it’s not a surprise that the city-state has been ranked as the ‘Easiest Place to do Business’ by the World Bank for nine straight years. What makes Singapore a great city for start-ups is its diverse economy. After all, the city consistently ranks high in key measures of business and financial progress. But how does it match up to the likes of London and San Francisco?
San Francisco is considered the cultural, technological, and financial centre of California. The city is enormous, and offers great opportunities for start-up firms. It has a diversified service economy ranging from high technology to financial services to tourism.
In marketing today, so much time is wasted jumping from one online resource to another. Data and content has to be gathered and compared across various tools and platforms - everything from blog publishing and email control to analytics and lead management. Going back and forth between services can be a time-consuming hassle, even without the constant logging in and out.