Ever wondered what it’s like to run several businesses at once? In the first of our series exploring the less-travelled career paths in Singapore, SGN chats with Federico Folcia – full-time CEO & Founder of Crane, Managing Director at PowerHouse, and part-time Founder and Chef at Fork In The Jungle.
Melissa Ravi, co-founder of Wildr (pronounced will-der), shares her journey of building a new AI-powered platform that weeds out toxicity from social media.
John Cheng, founder of Innovate 360, explains how the accelerator is empowering over 80 startups to tackle food security and sustainability issues.
Pamelia Chia, founder of Singapore Noodles, tells us how she is documenting the depth and diversity of Singapore’s food heritage while based in Daylesford, Australia.
Princeton undergraduate Weilyn Chong tells us about her podcasting startup The Entrepre女ers Network and how she ended up on Nasdaq’s Times Square billboard.
A whirlwind career has taken Lionel Sim further and further away from home, but he believes his openness and resilience as a Singaporean have positioned him well for the global stage.
Andrew Chang, managing director of Activate New York, tells us how the nonprofit is empowering scientist-entrepreneurs to scale carbon capture technologies.