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    2. Want to Create Products That Customers Really Need? Start By Solving Your Own Problems First

      Want to Create Products That Customers Really Need? Start By Solving Your Own Problems First
      ...o said, "How did you pull this off?" How we pulled it off is at the heart of how our company works. I flew to Singapore at least four times every month. Anytime they wanted to have a meeting, I was there in person, both ...
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    3. Investors Go Where Trump Won’t: To Immigrant Entrepreneurs

      Investors Go Where Trump Won’t: To Immigrant Entrepreneurs
      ...challenges. Such assistance can be crucial to immigrant entrepreneurs because the U.S.—unlike Canada, France, Singapore, and the U.K.—lacks a so-called startup visa. In July, the Trump administration delayed the Internat...
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  2. Quotes about Singapore

    1. The international Happy 1.0 restaurant design, which has been successfully introduced in markets such as Canada, Japan, Mexico, Singapore and South Korea, among other international markets, became the template for Baskin-Robbins' new U.S. restaurant design, which began rolling out domestically last year.
      In How Baskin-Robbins Is Trying Not to Disappear
    2. Israel has 5 million people, 6 million entrepreneurs, and 15 million opinions. Singapore has 5 million people, 6 entrepreneurs, and 1 opinion.
      Guy Kawasaki in 4 Things That Hold Back Entrepreneurship
    3. If [Singapore] was a company, it would be one of the most remarkable entrepreneurial successes in recent history.
      In How Singapore Has Become a Vital Bridge Between Silicon Valley and Asia