94% Of Fintech Firms In Singapore Still Plan To Hire More Staff (2/11)

“Results of the survey also found that the average fintech firm in Singapore employs 10.8 people, with most working in software and application development (43%) and sales, marketing and business development (22%).  The survey also found that more than 40% of firms employ 30 or more staff, while 31% have between 11 and 30 workers.   SFA president Chia Hock Lai revealed to The Straits Times that in a survey conducted with more than 70 SFA members, talent shortage emerged as “one of the key concerns among fintech firms here.”

Source: The Straits Times (via Vulcan Post)

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