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From homemade noni soaps to a beauty enterprise headed abroad

Wendee Lee has luscious black hair and clear skin. It's the look of a carefully-coiffed beauty fanatic, but the 35-year-old insists she doesn't care much about the latest fashion, nor is she crazy...

Worth the hard work and sweat

Yoga studios are a dime a dozen in Singapore, but that is not stopping Elvina Cheong, 27, from opening one. In fact, since July 2016, she has opened two branches of Freedom Yoga, the first at...

Distributor goes from importing Tao Kae Noi to making its own snacks

IF some of your favourite nibbles include seaweed snack Tao Kae Noi or rice biscuit Want Want, you have homegrown small and medium-sized enterprise San SeSan Global to thank (or blame, if your...

Louken looks to digital future

FOR homegrown company Louken Group, being the first branding and communications company to be presented the Enterprise 50 award is a recognition of its constant effort to innovate and digitalise,...

Cheryl Gan grows local aromatherapy brand Hysses

Ms Cheryl Gan, founder and managing director of home-grown aromatherapy company Hysses, does not let anything stand in the way of achieving her dreams.

Fashion's a tough business but designer Priscilla Shunmugam is giving it her best shot

While Asia remains her focus - she intends to seek out Jakarta and Hong Kong next - it's important to have a presence in Western fashion capitals, she says.

Thanks to baby, idea for pram service was born

Banker Kenneth Tan and accountant Tay Shixian hit upon the idea of starting a pram-sharing service for needy parents just over a year ago.

V3 adds its smarts for a smart nation

V3 Smart Technologies may not be a household name yet, but you may have either come across its unmanned mechanised cleaners at office buildings or at neighbourhood malls.

Trek2000 CEO eyes medtech sector

DO your business, get it right. If your business is right, it speaks for itself – this is Henn Tan’s basic principle when it comes to running an enterprise.

From art investor to technopreneur

Travelling for work not only brought art dealer Rachel Yang around the world but eventually a business idea too.