The Hungry Lab and The Carrot Patch
Image credit: The Carrot Patch (Left to right) Mr Loo Kian Wai, GM of The Carrot Patch, Ms Bian Li, Co-founder and CEO of The Hungry Lab and Mr Marcus S Tan, CEO of The Carrot Patch

Global Venture Engine and Startup Ecosystem, The Hungry Lab has named The Carrot Patch, an innovative co-working space as its official workspace partner as it looks to expand its operations in the region.

The Hungry Lab Co-founder and CEO of The Hungry Lab Asia, Gustavo Liu, said:

“As a Venture EngineTM, we are always looking to grow the ecosystem and bring economic value to the community with forward-thinking organisations aligned with our mission, like The Carrot Patch. This partnership will further solidify our presence in Singapore in the region and make a greater impact on the local startup community.”

The partnership will see The Hungry Lab partnering with The Carrot Patch to organise events and provide advisory and resource support to entrepreneurs at the co-working space, which could prove invaluable to startup entrepreneurs, small businesses, next generation students and social enterprises.

Co-founder and CEO of The Carrot Patch, Marcus Tan, said:

“Our partnership to jointly nurture and promote entrepreneurship within the technology space and within the Local students’ community is a strategic fit for both The Hungry Lab and The Carrot Patch. We have set the stage for young startups and innovators to build a vibrant startups scene in conjunction with Singapore’s Smart Nation initiatives.


Mark Ko

Mark Ko

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