I’ve been using Carousell since November of last year, and have been pretty much hooked ever since. As I just a few days shy of reaching my 5th month of officially being a Carouseller, I thought I’d be fun to write a tribute article to why I love being part of the Carousell community as much …
Disruption is a word that is no longer associated with purely negative connotations, especially in the way businesses work of late. Disruptive innovation, a term founded by Clayton Christensen, is described as a process by which a product or service takes root initially in simple applications at the bottom of a market and then relentlessly moves …
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Disclaimer: a lot of what I have so far done has been possible only because I stood on the shoulders of Giants like Joelle Pang and Ciaran Lyons (a friend and mentor to both Joelle and I). Joelle has a fantastic blog documenting her entrepreneurship journey and I…
In order to create more Southeast Asian success stories, new startup founders need to “wake up” to a three key things. We share these awesome (and very real) tips with you.
adidas is teaming up with four unique local start-ups in a video-series that focuses on each company’s originality as a business, unique roots and trend-setting outlook.
Now you can comb through over 1.6 million restaurant reviews before choosing to order from your favourite delivery restaurant.
Show some school pride. Your school may be crowned Ice Cream Wars Champion and receive thousands of premium Jwel Ice Cream delivered to their campus and distributed, on the house.
What does Singapore Memory Project mean for you? Simply put, Singapore is now counting on you to leverage on social media to preserve, curate and submit your memories to the Singapore Memory Project – easily and conveniently via your smartphones – to contribute to Singapore’s history.
The best advice I can give is really to just take it easy in our first few jobs. Most of us don’t end end up being the lucky few who hit the career jackpot and retire in the same company as the one they first joined. Also, you’ll be in for a rude shock when you realise amost nothing you learnt in university is applicable or that useful at work, and also that your “dream” job feels quite like one of the nightmares you only read/hear about.
Merging fashion with function, Google and Luxottica are certainly making wearable technology more wearable.