“I started my practice in 1993, and it never crossed my mind that I was a female architect, she shares.
Rebricks is an Indonesia-based company that recycles plastic which is generally rejected from traditional recycling systems.
Owning two companies that have strong ethical and sustainable core values has positioned Ms Khong’s brands to be perfectly suited for this new type of retail therapy.
A very cool Singapore tech company, Delegate, is using a virtual platform to host virtual events which you can attend from the comfort of your own home. Still, you also have access to more interactive experiences, like meeting vendors, that you experience if you participated in an expo in real life.
Buying a house is one of the biggest purchases in one’s lifetime but yet the process is often confusing and cumbersome. To tackle the issue, Rhonda Wong, together with her sister Race Wong, started Ohmyhome, a one-stop solution for housing needs.
Software engineer Shweta Sharma took matters into her own hands and built a grocery delivery slots finder during the partial lockdown.
Stepping into No Sleep Club (NSC) on 20 Keong Saik Road, one won’t be able to tell if it’s a coffeehouse, a bar or a restaurant.
Chief Marketing & Buying Officer, Amanda Eng, 34, joined the business in 2014 when Tay decided to hire his-then girlfriend to run the marketing operations as the company’s first employee.
For this episode of Women On Top, we speak to Amanda Eng, 34, one half of Naiise, and wife to Dennis Tay, the founder. The couple who recently welcomed their second child, opened a new retail outlet at Jewel Changi Airport, spanning almost 9,500 sqf and supported by Enterprise Singapore.
SINGAPORE — When you think of growing food and designing urban gardens, doing it as a career may be the last thing on your mind, but not for Nova Ceceliana Nelson.
SINGAPORE — Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore recently invited past and upcoming 'Women On Top' interviewees who kindly participated in a sharing session with various women from the industry. The speakers, include Nova Ceceliana Nelson, founder of Cultivate Central; Cassandra Riene Tan, founder of Botany Restaurant and Stephanie Dickson, founder of Green Is The New Black, and the session was moderated by editor-in-chief Reta Lee. Watch: Women On Top: Nova Ceceliana Nelson, founder of Cultivate Central Women On Top: Priscilla Tan, founder of STYLEDBYPT
SINGAPORE — Love pinning decor inspiration on Pinterest? Interior stylist Priscilla Tan left the fashion industry to grow in her new role; she now sparks joy by beautifully decorating your room or office space based on your personal taste and interest. WATCH MORE VIDEOS: Women On Top: Kamini Ramachandram of MoonShadow Stories
SINGAPORE — Folklore, folktales and storytelling - most of us grew up with tales told by family members, teachers and friends. But have you wondered about a story and its purpose, and most of all, the storyteller who aims to preserve the act of storytelling?
SINGAPORE —When Carolyn Kan left her high-flying position at an advertising agency, little did she know when she started her new journey, she would hone her skills with a silversmith in Florence, Italy.
SINGAPORE — As consumers are getting more aware of their consumption habits, climate change and sustainable efforts, one woman is hoping to make a difference through education: her name is Stephanie Dickson, and she is the founder of greenisthenewblack.com/ website.
SINGAPORE — Plant designer Denise Law, 32, first opened her plant store on Joo Chiat Road in September 2017. Her mission was simple: to inspire people to create stylish indoor plant displays. She spends time with customers to advise, educate them on plant care to pairing beautiful designed pots.
SINGAPORE — At just 30 years old, founder of business space rental platform BITSY Global, Cassandra Riene Tan, has added another title to her belt: co-founder of BOTANY, a new dining concept at Robertson Quay.
Singapore — When it comes to bespoke Asian dresses, one can always turn to designer Priscilla Shunmugam, whose label Ong Shunmugam is a modern take of the traditional cheongsam wear.
Singapore — Fashion brands today are increasingly offering custom-made clothing, giving consumers a personalised fit and service.