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8 M’sians were recognised by Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia in 2022, here’s why they deserve it

Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Asia is finally out for 2022. Over 4K nominees applied to be on this year’s list, and we’re proud to see that eight Malaysian have joined the ranks of this year’s class. Congratulations to these Malaysians who have been recognised in five different categories, namely: The Arts; Entertainment & Sports; Media, Marketing & Advertising;...

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Chinese EV giant Nio makes headway in S’pore with SGX debut and upcoming R&D centre

Chinese electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer NIo said it will set up a research and development (R&D) centre for autonomous driving and artificial intelligence in Singapore. Nio will collaborate with Singaporean science and research institutions on the new centre. The announcement was made by its chairman and CEO William Li, following the company’s debut on the Singapore Exchange last...

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Should gig workers get CPF too? Why this is a hot topic for S’pore’s evolving labour landscape

The gig economy is expected to keep growing, as Singaporeans start to embrace flexible work options and opt for freelance work for more income. During the Committee of Supply (COS) 2022 earlier this year, Senior Minister of State for Manpower Dr Koh Poh Koon said that the government has been progressively strengthening support for gig workers over the...

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Meet the 26 S’pore entrepreneurs who are listed on Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list for 2022

Business magazine Forbes released yesterday (May 25) its seventh annual 30 Under 30 Asia list, which features young entrepreneurs, leaders and trailblazers — all under the age of 30 — across the region. They have been recognised by Forbes for disrupting industries and tackling major global issues, inspiring change and driving innovation in their respective fields amid the...

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Events landscape has evolved: How Hubilo uses tech to help businesses and event professionals

As the Covid-19 pandemic winds down, the world is adjusting back to a new normal: borders are reopening, limits to gathering sizes are being relaxed, and the world is learning to live in this new post-pandemic world.  Organisers are finally going to be able to host live events – music festivals, seminars, conventions, networking events, and many more....

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Using M’sian flora, this local skincare brand puts your own facial bacteria to good work

Julius Lim, CEO and co-founder of Malaysian skincare company B&B Labs is all too familiar with skincare as it’s been his family business, helmed by his mum. As a youngster, he mostly spent his school holidays at their warehouse picking, counting, and packing products.  His mother would also bring him along on business trips whenever she had to train...

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How this M’sian steakhouse’s “dine-to-earn” NFT concept aims to keep customers returning

Businesses usually use loyalty programmes as discount programmes or re-engagement tools. These typically are in the form of apps or membership cards, but one Malaysian F&B brand decided to leverage the rise of NFTs and their utility instead. Called AD Butcher & Steak, it is a family-oriented steakhouse in Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam that was established in 2020....

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