Female Founders to Watch in Singapore

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By Aihui Ong (Founding CEO & CTO, Love With Food)

Did you watch The Social Network? Where is Eduardo Saverin, co-founder of Facebook? He’s in Singapore, investing in startups. Even Plug and Play recently opened their Asian Headquarters in Singapore.

With a business-friendly environment and attractive tax incentives for investors, Singapore is quickly becoming one of the hot startup scenes in Asia. Whether it’s using technology to educate children or provide entertainment, these female entrepreneurs in Singapore are definitely creating a stir in Asia!

Min XuanMin Xuan (Co-Founder, PlayMoolah)
Min drives business and product for PlayMoolah, financial literacy news and tips for teaching your children about money. Follow her on Twitter at @minxuan.

Audrey TanAudrey Tan (Co-Founder, PlayMoolah)
With a research thesis on triggers in persuasive technology and games in savings and money management, Audrey co-founded PlayMoolah. Follow her on Twitter at @audreytan.

Gwen TanGwendolyn Regina Tan (Co-Founder & Editor in Chief, SGEntrepreneurs)
Gwen runs SGEntrepreneurs, startup and entrepreneurship news in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Follow her on Twitter at @gwendolynregina.

Sun HoSun Ho (Founder, Little Lives)
Sun started Little Lives, a social networking platform for children and teachers that is simple, fun and, above all, safe. Learn more about Little Lives here.

Gillian TanGillian Tan (Founder, Clicknetwork.tv)
Gillian launched Clicknetwork.tv, an online video network that offers hip, fun, and edgy entertainment programming. Find out more here. Follow her on Twitter at @munkysuperstar.

From left to right in the above photo: Gwen Tan (SGEntrepreneurs), Audrey Tan (PlayMoolah), Min Xuan (PlayMoolah) and Aihui Ong (Women 2.0) at the SGEntrepreneurs and Women 2.0 mixer in Singapore.

About the guest blogger: Aihui Ong is the founder, CEO/CTO of Love With Food, the easiest way to find tasty deals and free samples, curated by foodies for foodies She started her first business in her dorm room while pursuing her undergraduate CS degree in Singapore. Now living in the Bay Area, there are two things Aihu can’t live without: her MacBook Pro and KitchenAid mixer! Follow her on Twitter at @aihui and her startup at @LoveWithFood.