The Telstra-backed startup accelerator muru-D has staged its first demo day of Singapore startups with nine high-growth businesses across healthcare, consumer applications, financial services, law, mobile payments and advertising.
Earlier this year, Sean King and Bede Overend co-founded ‘Simpla’, an alternative to the CMS that, impressively, was just awarded Telstra muru-D seed capital.
The Telstra-backed startup accelerator, muru-D, will kick off next year giving $60,000 in seed capital to 10 startups, as well as opening up access to a network of mentors and industry professionals.
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