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Top 100 – Rumour has it Red Herring is on the Prowl Again – itsReal

Seems it is that time of the year again when Red Herring is searching for it’s Top 100 Asia Pacific Startups… if you have something REALLY interesting I suggest you contact Red Herring Now…. Here is last years list which includes Recruit.net from Hong Kong congrats Maneck Mohan CEO of recruit.net

A Jewel in the making for this years list might be Adhysteria – free video classifieds and auctions check them out at htpp://adhysteria.com

Last years winners below !

RED HERRING 100 ASIA

For 10 years, the Red Herring’s editorial team has diligently surveyed entrepreneurship around the globe. Technology industry executives, investors, and observers have regarded the Red Herring 100 lists as an invaluable instrument to discover and advocate the promising startups that will lead the next wave of disruption and innovation. We are now searching for the Red Herring 100 Asia list for 2008: click here to nominate a company.

Award Finalists

The 200 finalists will be announced by Red Herring two weeks prior to the event. The Top 100 award winners will be announced at the Red Herring 100 Asia Award Ceremony.

LAST YEAR’S AWARD WINNERS
004U www.004u.com China
3Alogics www.3alogics.com South Korea
3G Portal www.wap.3g.cn China
A8 Music Group www.a8.com China
ACANETTV www.acanettv.com South Korea
AcuLearn www.aculearn.com Singapore
Amethon Solutions www.amethon.com Australia
Aogos Network www.aogos.com Malaysia
Armorize Technologies www.armorize.com Taiwan
Ascent Networks www.ascentnet.co.jp Japan
Automotive Exchange www.CarWale.com India
Aware Electronic www.aware.com.tw Taiwan
Beijing Chemclin Biotech www.chemclin.com China
Beijing Kaitone Information Technology www.mobilemedia.cn China
Beijing Wireless China Network Tech www.wichina.cn China
Beken www.bekencorp.com China
Boro Networks www.boronetworks.com.cn China
CALUMO Labs (SPF) www.CALUMO.com Australia
Chinese All www.ChineseAll.com China
C-motech www.cmotech.com South Korea
ComiAsia www.comiasia.com South Korea
Cosmic Circuits www.cosmiccircuits.com India
CTS Media Information Technology www.clicktosee.com China
Digifriends www.digifriends.net South Korea
Digital Check www.digitalcheck.co.jp Japan
Downjoy.com www.downjoy.com China
ENT Quest www.fifthmedia.biz Malaysia
First Meta www.firstmeta.com Singapore
Fugumobile www.fugumobile.com China
Funshion Online Technologies www.funshion.com China
Gameshastra www.gameshastra.com India
Green Tomato www.gtomato.com Hong Kong
Honest Technology www.honestech.com South Korea
Hoodong.com www.hoodong.com China
Horizon InfoVentures www.realacres.com India
iGene www.infovalley.net.my Malaysia
Incesoft www.xiaoi.com China
iPart www.ipart.cn China
IPEVO www.ipevo.com Taiwan
i-Vision China www.ivisionchina.com China
iVolta www.ivolta.com South Korea
iWOW Technology www.iwow.com.sg Singapore
Kanghui www.kanghui-international.com China
Maxscend Technologies www.maxscend.com China
MeritTrac Services www.merittrac.com India
mGine www.mgine.com South Korea
Miaxis Biometrics www.miaxis.com China
MNBT www.mnbt.co.kr South Korea
Mobile Healthcare www.lifewatcher.com Japan
Mobile Leader www.mobileleader.com South Korea
Mobile Multimedia www.mm2u.com.cn China
Mobile Solution Services Joint Stock Co. www.mss.com.vn Vietnam
Mocre www.1d.com China
Mosh Century Technology www.mosh.cn China
MTRON www.mtron.net South Korea
National Grid www.ngridcorp.com South Korea
NetAlter Software www.netalter.com India
Netian Concierge Group www.netian.com South Korea
New Digital Noise www.ndn.com.hk Hong Kong
NVLsoft www.nvlsoft.com South Korea
Ohanae www.ohanae.com Singapore
Pandora TV www.pandora.tv South Korea
PayMate India www.paymate.co.in India
PCT Filer www.pctfiler.com Australia
PeaceSoft Solutions www.peacesoft.net Vietnam
Peering Portal www.peeringportal.com South Korea
Phoenix Microelectronics www.phoenixme.com.cn China
PPStream www.ppstream.com China
Qunar.com www.qunar.com China
RadioPulse www.radiopulse.co.kr South Korea
Recruit.net www.recruit.net Hong Kong
Red Oxygen www.redoxygen.com Australia
Regalix www.regalix.com India
RF Window www.rfwindow.com South Korea
Roboo www.roboo.com China
Saora www.saora.com Japan
SatNav Technologies www.satnavtechnologies.com India
Shanghai Jietu Software www.city8.com China
Shenzhen Botian Technology Development www.botian.cn China
SM Onyomo Infotech www.onyomo.com India
SoftRun www.softrun.com South Korea
Somode Holding www.somode.com China
Summit Life Sciences www.summitbio.com China
Synamatix www.synamatix.com Malaysia
Team and Concepts www.editgrid.com Hong Kong
Theta Networks www.thetanetworks.com China
Thin Multimedia www.thinmultimedia.co.kr South Korea
TNC www.tnccompany.com South Korea
TOBESOFT www.TOBESOFT.com South Korea
UCC Community www.uccc.co.kr South Korea
Vembu www.vembu.com India
Vinapay www.vinapay.com.vn Vietnam
vJive www.vjive.net India
WhereScape www.wherescape.com New Zealand
Worldviewer Dot Com India www.kerala.com India
Xcome Technology www.xcome.com China
Youku.com www.youku.com China
Zero Global www.zeroglobal.com China
Zhanzuo www.zhanzuo.com China
Zhejiang Flyasia Electronic Business www.5fad.com China

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Recruit.net strategy evolves targeting social media micromarkets

Recruit.net Powers Ping.sg Newly Introduced Job Search Function..

Recruit.net’s marketing strategy evolves targeting social media micromarkets with job channels powered by Recruit.net’s award winning technology platform..

Singapore, May 5th 2008, Recruit.net, an award winning tech company that operates a network of trilingual job search engines across Asia Pacific, has launched a new job search function at Ping.sg, Singapore’s leading blogging community site. With the new function, community members are able to search for ten of thousands of jobs through a single click at Ping.sg. The Recruit.net job channel allows for users to find tens of thousands of Singapore related jobs from hundreds of websites in a single search through Ping.sg: http://jobs.ping.sg/
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Maneck Mohan CEO & Founder of Recruit.net to attend HR Summit 2008 – Singapore – itsReal

Recruit.net’s, Maneck Mohan CEO & Founder will be attending the conference and exhibition, HR Summit 2008, to be held at Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre, Singapore. Recruit.net continues its’ Asia Pacific expansion and this event provides the perfect platform to further strengthen bonds with regional partners and industry players.

Maneck Mohan will be available for meetings and appointments at the conference for those who are interested.

HRM Magazine presents HR Summit 2008, which is going to be held from the 6th of May 2008 to the 7th of May 2008 (2 day event) in Singapore. Now in its sixth year, HR Summit 2008 is set to be the biggest and best yet – with more choice than ever before. Delegates can choose from up to five concurrent sessions offering the opportunity to hear first hand from international speakers and business experts – along with global and regional HR leaders.

About Recruit.net
Recruit.net (www.recruit.net) operates an international network of trilingual job search engines. Utilizing proprietary search technology Recruit.net enables job seekers to instantly search millions of jobs from thousands of companies across the world. Recruit.net provides a range of features to its users including, online salary checks, job trends, the ability to upload resumes and receive job alerts via email or RSS feeds.

Recruit.net also operates a Pay-Per-Click advertising network called adnet that provides advertisers with the ability to deliver measurable, cost-effective online advertising across a growing international network of partner sites and affiliates.

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For more information, please visit http://www.recruit.net .

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Squidoo addiction – itsReal

In less than a week my addiction to squidoo is out pacing facebook – is it like changing from Gin to Scotch – cause Scotch is smoother – hmm check these out –

Geek TerminalHypoColTwinityHarroAplink recruit.net

My god I have a whole long weekend of Squidoo ahead – save me !!!

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Singapore statistics: Rising Wage Costs & 2007 Labour Market Records

Singapore Statistics – Jobs Health Card – is it too good ?

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Transforming NTUC Income Singapore – itsReal

A recent full page ad in a main local Singapore Newspaper – heralded the following Headline –

We can’t tell you what your job responsibilities will be, because we’re transforming just about everything…

It then went on to say – Interested in shaking things up? NTUC Income is transforming itself, so we’re aggressively recruiting the best and the brightest in People, Asset and Risk Management, Finance and Actuarial. Health and Medical, General Insurance, Customer Engagement and Technology at senior levels. We are Singapore’s largest social enterprise in pursuit pf commercial leadership, holding the trust of nearly 2 million people. But enough about us, we’d like to hear about you….

WOW – I know myself when doing recruiting it can be hard working out the job roles and responsibilities BUT with a company like NTUC Income and the desire to TRANSFORM (hmm Transformers 2 is coming) they do actually know what they are looking for – if you want to see the jobs on offer visit recruit.net singapore for details.

Congrats to NTUC Income’s Agency for creating engaging content to assist NTUC in its’ pursuit to transform via recruitment!

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Is the MacBook Air Really the technological marvel – or just airport security staff menace – itsReal

This MacBook Air blog post is entertaining so i have repeated it here – Is the MacBook Air Really the technological marvel – or  just airport security staff menace

Steve Jobs Made Him Miss His Flight

On waking, I reach for my blackberry. It tells me what city I’m in; the hotel rooms offer no clues. Every Courtyard by Marriott is interchangeable.  Many doors into the same house. From the size of my suitcase, I can recall the length of my stay: one or two days, the small bag.  Three or four, the large. Two bags means more than a week.

CNBC, shower, coffee, email. Quick breakfast, $10.95 (except in California, where it’s $12.95. Another clue.)

Getting there is the worst part. Flying is an endless accumulation of indignities. Airlines learned their human factors from hospitals. I’ve adapted my routine to minimize hassles.

Park in the same level of the same ramp. Check in at the less-used kiosks in the transit level. Check my bag so I don’t have to fuck around with the overhead bins. I’d rather dawdle at the carousel than drag the thing around the terminal anyway.

Always the frequent flyer line at the security checkpoint. Sometimes there’s an airline person at the entrance of that line to check my boarding pass, sometimes not. An irritation. I’d rather it was always, or never. Sometimes means I don’t know if I need my boarding pass out or not.

Same words to the TSA agent.  Standard responses. “Doing fine,” whether I am or not.  Same belt.  It’s gone through the metal detector every time. I don’t need to take it off.

Only… today, something is different. Instead of my bags trundling through the x-ray machine, she stops the belt.  Calls over another agent, a palaver. Another agent flocks to the screen. A gabble, a conference, some consternation.

They pull my laptop, my new laptop making its first trip with me, out of the flow of bags. One takes me aside to a partitioned cubicle. Another of the endless supply of TSA agents takes the rest of my bags to a different cubicle. No yellow brick road here, just a pair of yellow painted feet on the floor, and my flight is boarding. I am made to understand that I should stand and wait.  My laptop is on the table in front of me, just beyond reach, like I am waiting to collect my personal effects after being paroled.

I’m standing, watching my laptop on the table, listening to security clucking just behind me. “There’s no drive,” one says. “And no ports on the back. It has a couple of lines where the drive should be,” she continues.

A younger agent, joins the crew. I must now be occupying ten, perhaps twenty, percent of the security force. At this checkpoint anyway. There are three score more at the other five checkpoints. The new arrival looks at the printouts from x-ray, looks at my laptop sitting small and alone. He tells the others that it is a real laptop, not a “device”. That it has a solid-state drive instead of a hard disc. They don’t know what he means. He tries again, “Instead of a spinning disc, it keeps everything in flash memory.” Still no good. “Like the memory card in a digital camera.” He points to the x-ray, “Here. That’s what it uses instead of a hard drive.”

The senior agent hasn’t been trained for technological change. New products on the market? They haven’t been TSA approved. Probably shouldn’t be permitted. He requires me to open the “device” and run a program. I do, and despite his inclination, the lead agent decides to release me and my troublesome laptop.  My flight is long gone now, so I head for the service center to get rebooked.

Behind me, I hear the younger agent, perhaps not realizing that even the TSA must obey TSA rules, repeating himself.

“It’s a MacBook Air.”  – Source: Wide Awake Developers

Recruit.net Asia’s largest job search engine will be launching a contest soon and the winner will get a MacBook Air – stay tuned 

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Jenelyn Estacio – Congrats you are the winner of the recruit.net Singapore LUCKY contest – itsReal

A BIG thank you to everyone from Singapore for entering the recruit.net lucky draw…

The deadline for entries was March 9, 2008.  The draw was performed on March 10, 2008…

The Singapore winner of a brand new 8GB iPod Nano is : Jenelyn Estacio *

Please stay tuned for our next contest coming soon – it is going to be just slightly more creative and engaging – prizes will be ?

* jenelyn we will contact you via email.

Recruit.net is Singapore’s largest job search engine with over 30,000 new job listings from thousands of top companies. Recruit.net – Job search starts here!

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Revisited 2008: Singapore’s IT Show attracts 725,000 visitors and they SPENT – $53 MILLION – itsReal

Last years heading:  Singapore’s IT Show attracts 718,000 visitors and they SPENT – $48 MILLION – itSreal – WOW

This year per person the spend was appox $73.10 per person – no wonder there is no cover charge to go to the IT Show in Singapore and that there are 8087 technology related jobs on offer in Singapore right now.

This year I got to see my mate Melvin Koh on prime time TV – as well as hearing that the show had gone GREEN – can u imagine the paper needed to sustain 725,000 eager consumers, looking for computer, printers, phones and memory cards ?

Today’s mypaper picked up that in the 45 minutes they were stationed at city hall – no one was checked – when carrying their IT Show Singapore goodies home – so homeland Security for the first time came into the hugely successful IT SHOW in Singapore.

All that aside – well done to the organisers and see you next year !

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