As of late, Singapore has been the center of all the activity, so it comes as no surprise that Echelon 2010 had record crowds and tons of PR. Check out the Echelon 2010 photos (courtesy of Gen Kanai); here's one photo of the stunning Marina Bay Sands complex.
Across the two days of keynotes, panels, and seminars, about 700 people from all over the world descended on Singapore to discuss the state of startups, tech innovation, and the funding environment. The idea was to bring together people internationally to give the Singaporean startup scene a chance to learn and share from the best — at the same time, enlightening the rest of the world as to the state of the local scene.
Discussions around product management, social gaming, global payment models, and the state of the emerging markets' mobile ecosystem were just some of the topics.
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