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Thursday, December 12, 2019

Startups

Young entrepreneurs are on the rise these days – from creating E-commerce businesses from the ground up, to leaving cushy corporate jobs to start their own cafes. We find out about the challenges they face, and how they plan to forge new paths, and most importantly, what you can learn from these brave entrepreneurs.

After Being In The SPF For 7 Years, He Set Up A Waterless Car...

Nine years ago, Clement Goh, a 19-year old Singaporean, joined the police force with the notion of contributing and giving back to the community. After...

At Only 20 Years-Old, He Earns 5-Figures Monthly By Starting His Own Business

Have you ever thought of starting your very own business? Do you feel like you’re a person with lots of great ideas and sometimes...

Yes, Your Pet Can Now Be An Influencer

Jane and SiJun is an ordinary Singaporean couple that loves seeing photos and videos of animals on their social media feeds. However unlike many...

With More Than 5000 Fruits Saved, This 23 Year Old Is Spreading An Important...

Do you ever find yourself drawn to those delightfully ripe and smooth-skinned fruits during your regular grocery shopping trips? You’re not the only one. Certainly,...

Meet The Multi-Talented, First Malay Manhunt Winner Who Strives To Make A Difference

Have you ever felt like you're in a slump and don't know how to deal with your problems except by drowning your sorrows? You're...

You Can Now Get A Bak Kwa Pantone Tee From This Local Brand

Established in early 2012 by co-founders Visa and Desmond, Statement aims to start conversations through the creation of fun tees and totes. These quirky,...

Having Dealt With Mental Health Issues Herself, She Now Wants You To Take A...

Ever wondered what it might be like to communicate amidst silence? I caught up with Anthea Ong, founder of Hush Tea Bar, a social enterprise...

This S’porean Believes That You Don’t Have To Spend More Than $10K For Your...

As I get older, the number of proposals and wedding ceremonies I've attended or witnessed through social media seems to have increased at an...

This S’porean Created A Card Game To Cut Through Small Talk

smôl tôk (pronounced “small talk”) is the brainchild of Nicholas Pang, through his start-up starknicked (pronounced “stark naked”). I first chanced upon this at a post-Christmas party...

This Pop-Up Restaurant Lets You Have Dinner With Fairy Tale Princesses In Otherworldly Settings

We speak to Emily Png of ANDSOFORTH on inspirations, motivations and the unique challenges they face as a pop-up restaurant in Singapore
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