Download our Tech Trends Report for Singapore below to explore changing trends in media coverage of tech in Singapore, between 1st May 2019 and 30th April 2020.
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Tech Trends: Singapore 2020, Issue 2 – Summary
Singapore tech coverage has remained largely stable with tech coverage rising by just 2% in May and April. This contrasts with Hong Kong, which saw a drop of more than 13% in its tech coverage at the same time, likely due to column inches being sucked up with news of protests. Meanwhile, the UK saw a big rise (35%+) driven by COVID-19 tech adoption.
Coverage of Virtual Reality and Cybersecurity has fallen in Singapore. Globally, falling trends include Cryptocurrency and Blockchain technology. Hong Kong’s tech media coverage experienced big drops in Robotics, Virtual Reality, Cybersecurity, IoT and Data Protection, while IoT and Machine Learning saw falls in the UK.
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Managing Director at ClearStory International
James McCann is CEO of ClearStory International, a Dublin based international tech PR agency working exclusively with early-stage startups from around the world. Before establishing ClearStory, James was a former PR Campaign Manager with Web Summit, responsible for attracting top tier media to the company’s events across Dublin, Lisbon, Bangalore and Hong Kong. He currently lectures on Digital PR to final year students at the Institute of Art, Design & Technology, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin.