M’sian coworking space Common Ground merges with APAC flexi-workspaces, group aims for IPO

Established in 2017, Common Ground is arguably a mainstay in Malaysia’s coworking scene with 14 office locations across the country, including a new one that just soft launched at Taylor’s Lakeside. The coworking brand was founded by Juhn Teo and Erman Akinci and has even expanded to Thailand and the Philippines, with two locations in the former country...

Read more

Part 3: A beginner’s guide to crypto for S’poreans: NFTs, play-to-earn games, DeFi

So far in our beginner’s guide, we’ve approached blockchain technology with a bird’s eye view. For those who have been following along, you should now be reasonably familiar with what blockchain is, how to find opportunities, and how to start investing in the space.  Now, it’s time to dive deeper into slightly more advanced, but essential concepts within...

Read more

You’ve heard of soy, oat, and rice milk—here’s a M’sian brand combining all 3, and more

Established in 1999, Biogreen is a Malaysian family business that started in hopes to equip other families with the right knowledge on healthy diets.  Their vision is to provide 100% natural and organic plant-based food and to “restore health, beauty, bliss, and confidence” in everyone.  In 2017, the team saw the need to build a sister company of...

Read more

8 interesting local finds we shopped while on our RM1K Sunny Side Up Market buying spree

Self-described as a “fun-filled” curated community market, Sunny Side Up Market occupies Slate at The Row, an event venue in Chow Kit.  Recently, on August 6 and 7, the market hosted its annual Merdeka edition with over 30 merchants offering their wares over the weekend.  Interested to see what finds we’d come across, the Vulcan Post team had...

Read more

Passion for fashion drove this M’sian speech therapist to start a modern Indian outfits biz

I’ll admit that I’m not someone who takes into consideration the way my clothes are produced. Sustainability is far from the first thing on my mind when purchasing my clothes. Not to mention, it is pretty common to find brands practising fast fashion to meet the demand in everchanging trends, including Shein, Mango, H&M, Forever 21, Urban Outfitters,...

Read more

NTUC wants to hear from the working people of S’pore, urges the public to share their concerns

NTUC Secretary-General Ng Chee Meng addressed the media on August 11 in a closed-door interactive session with union leaders to share the launch of #EveryWorkerMatters Conversations, a year-long series of engagements where NTUC will engage workers from different walks of life to understand their needs and concerns. This will help NTUC better identify how it can co-create the...

Read more
Page 2 of 200 1 2 3 200