ENTREPRENEURSHIP

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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  1. coworking space

    Commentary: Don’t fall prey to the seductive lure of fancy co-working spaces

    Co-working spaces emerged as social experiments conducted a decade ago but it is still premature to conclude they are advantageous on the whole, ...
  2. Mr Kevin Chiam's special set of kitchenware, called Folks, has helped his friend Rosie Wong.

    Local toymaker Mighty Jaxx keen to produce kitchenware for the blind

    Young designer Kevin Chiam’s sought-after invention for the visually impaired was on ice, but the local cult toy brand saw its potential and now ...
  3. Start-up 2

    Commentary: Young Singaporean business owners are more independent than their international peers

    Looking at young millennial business owners makes me optimistic about Singapore’s future, says one HSBC observer.
  4. MIS Folks Kevin Chiam 4

    The challenges entrepreneurs face in Singapore, and what it takes to succeed

    Is Singapore a good place for inventors? What rejections should they be prepared for in running a start-up? Their struggles and successes speak of ...
  5. Mr Kevin Chiam's special set of kitchenware, called Folks, has helped his friend Rosie Wong.

    Young designer invents kitchenware for the blind, but struggles to bring it to market

    From a knife with a safety guard to a chopping board with a side tray, the utensils Kevin Chiam has developed could be a help to the visually ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: A Grab motorbike helmet is displayed during Grab's fifth anniversary news conferen

    Commentary: Grab, the new ruler in town, and the paradox of scaling a business

    Grab's experiences show that scaling a business should be guided by a spirit of entrepreneurship that seeks to add value, says one observer from SMU.
  7. MIS Omnisense Systems Leonard Lim main

    The Singaporean serial entrepreneur who kept failing, until he got a lucky break

    Leonard Lim’s childhood dream of running his own company turned into a tale of debt, despair and divorce. But he persevered, reinventing thermal ...
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    Commentary: Most successful entrepreneurs are older than we think

    Young founders can make for a dramatic story, but this stereotype of youth's success is a myth, say two observers.
  9. Start-up 2

    Commentary: The (not so) secret hack to becoming a successful entrepreneur

    Is an overseas start-up experience essential to being an entrepreneur? National University of Singapore’s Francis Yeoh says there’s more than ...
  10. Bloomback's repurposing flower initiative (1)

    Commentary: The understated importance of shared social responsibility for businesses

    Corporations must step up, serve a social purpose and make a positive contribution to society, says the executive director of the Lien Centre for ...