Singapore is the proof that with hard work, community involvement, and the desire to move forward, you can turn an unknown place into the trendiest business hub in the world where almost every business is profitable.

With these thoughts in minds, let’s see the top most successful small businesses in 2019 in Singapore! is a new business on the market that focuses on real-estate markets in Singapore. Singapore is among the top 10 markets worldwide if we talk about real estate. is an engine that uses algorithms to connect properties and house-hunters and makes the process of finding a home easier. The startup is founded by Darius Cheung, known as an ambitious entrepreneur. It seems that followed the right business trends and raised $7.9 million from investors. We will probably be hearing more about them in the future.

The second small business on our list is, a financial service platform that wants to help customers connect easier with banks through micro-conversations. The startup was founded by Parikshit Paspulati, Shankar Narayanan and Ravi Shankar in 2017 and has grown into a real business ever since. It raised more than $8 million from investors like Dream Incubator, Ventures India, Creditease and Kalaari Capital, to get things going.


After an artificial intelligence startup, we have something for foodies as well. Chope was founded 7 years ago in 2011, and it seems to be the most preferred system to book restaurant tables in Asia. With this software, you can make a reservation at almost 2000 restaurants in Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Jakarta, Phuket or Bali. The small business belongs to Arrif Ziaudeen, and it’s now on an ascending trend: it raised $13 million from investors such as C31 Ventures, Moelis Australia or Square Peg Capital.


CoinPip is an innovative startup that was designed to help businesses make use of blockchain technology to pay remote freelancers. The startup was founded 4 years ago, in 2014, by Alexander Angerer, Anson Zeall and Arseniy Kuckerenko. CoinPip completes transactions between banks in less than 48hrs with a cost of 70pc or less.


Datarama is a platform for investors and bankers that make use of an interactive map designed to help financial crime investors and compliance officers tackle vital information. The startup was founded 3 years ago, in 2015 by Raphael Bouzy. The small business processes data from over 600,000 companies and over 700,000 individuals. Datarama gained support from TC Capital.


Greyloft is an innovative start-up that focuses on real estate in our era. The company works with real-estate agents, trying to fix a real-estate model that has some drawbacks. The start-up was founded by Archit Agarwal and Siddhesh Narayanan, two ex-bankers who are looking forward to bring change to this system. The company has raised funds from investors such as Wavemaker, Cub Capital, JFDI or Tigris Capital.


Honestbee is designed to make people’s lives easier. What does this start-up do? It collects groceries and “hawker food” and delivers it to your door within one hour. Honestbee is a mobile application that works to support local communities and encourage the employment of multiple categories of people – stay-at-home parents, part-time shoppers, students or caregivers. The company was founded 4 years ago, in 2014, and has raised an impressive sum of $15 million from investors, such as Formation 8. Honestbee was founded by Jonathan Low, Isaac Tay, and Joel Sng.