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Ex-Nasa scientist shoots for the stars with Singapore startup incubator for space tech

Former Nasa scientist Bidushi Bhattacharya, 52, is on a quest to make outer space more accessible to a wider market. Annabeth Leow finds out more...

From teen rebel to digital agency boss

Failing a year in JC and nearly getting expelled put James Chua, now the managing director of Germs Digital, on a path of self-discovery.

Next-generation Singapore entrepreneurs share lessons from their parents

Three next-generation entrepreneurs reflect on values imparted to them by their parents that drive them today.

Pan-United CEO: Change in mindset key to staying ahead

In both its marine and construction business – which it entered in 1965 – Pan-United has a track record in the South-east Asian market. It now operates in Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia, as well...

Building ties in pharma industry 'just like courtship'

Small and medium-sized enterprises are planting the Singapore flag in distant markets around the world. In the last instalment of a four-part series, Chia Yan Min speaks to Dr Gideon Ho, co-...

Motherswork works hard to spread wings

Small and medium-sized enterprises are planting the Singapore flag in distant markets around the world. In the third instalment of a four-part series, Rachael Boon looks at the case of Ms Sharon...

Eric Lew, on how Wong Fong Industries pioneers cutting-edge tech in Singapore

Lew, who is spearheading Wong Fong’s business development, has no spare moment now to muse over fears and what-ifs. The next few years will be crucial in ensuring the group’s longevity. “For the...

Togs that empower women: what success means to Love, Bonito's founders

THEY say "clothes maketh the man", or woman - in this case. What started out as a platform to share their love of fashion has morphed into a fast fashion online retailer recognised locally and...

Cousins who gave up banking for beauty (sector)

An eye-popping beauty parlour bill helped to convince businessman Nelson Loh, 38, to enter the lucrative aesthetics industry.

Razer founder Tan Min Liang's 'insane drive to be the best'

The founder of the gaming company attributes his success to his parents, and talks about his insane drive to be the best.