FirstCOUNSEL – Connecting startups and lawyers through legaltech and the gig economy

Posted: 11.24.2017

By Huifen Zheng   In this new digital age, all industries are up for disruption, and the legal industry is no different. Girls in Tech Singapore interviewed Linda Schindler, COO of FirstCOUNSEL, and found out more about her journey: from being a lawyer in the Silicon Valley, to running a legaltech...

Cognitive diversity to improve innovation

Posted: 10.19.2017

By Vasu Kolla (@vasukolla)   Ahead of Day 2 of our Design Thinking Workshop where participants bring back their working prototype to showcase to the judges, user experience expert Vasu Kolla shares what cognitive diversity is, and how some practices can help improve our thinking for better insights and solutions in...

How I built my first WordPress website – without any coding!

Posted: 10.15.2017

By Anjuli Gopalakrishna (@anjuligo) Girls in Tech is committed to knocking down barriers for women entering STEM fields. And we believe education is the catalyst for making real change. Global Classroom combines our passion for education and our support for women in STEM, with a FREE 8-week course to learn...

Keeping it in the family – Alcohol Delivery’s brother and sister team on taking chances, tenacity and embracing tech  

Posted: 09.11.2017

By Tasha Abdul Mutalib (@tasha_abdm) SG Stories is a new long-form series featuring homegrown startups with unique strengths and extraordinary journeys - exclusive to Girls in Tech Singapore. We hope you're inspired to learn from their stories, as we did in telling them! - Tasha, Editor in Chief. Speak to a startup...

Why Legal Documentation Matters to Start-Up Success

Posted: 06.27.2017

There is a misconception that start-up companies should just focus on capital-raising and developing their technology, trade, software or products.  Start-up companies often neglect the legal requirements essential to business success.  There is a misconception that legal costs are prohibitively high and that start-up companies are unable to afford...