Tag Archives: entrepreneurship

Having Fun Is Serious Business!

Is Singapore really a boring place? Not if The Fun Empire co-founders Natasha Toh and Ryan Ho have anything to say about it! Hear from SMU alumna Natasha as she discusses why fun really is a serious business after all.

Breathing New Life into Family Firms

Keeping the business in the family and family in the business. Will this help breath new life into businesses, or is the risk of intergenerational tension too high?

In Search of Singapore’s Unicorns

To date, only a precious few ‘unicorns’ — start-ups that reach valuations of US$1B—such as Grab and Garena have emerged in Singapore. What conditions need to change to drive a wave of local startup successes with global reach?

Want to Get Ahead in Business? Get a Chatbot.

Embrace, not fear, artificial intelligence, says SMU alumnus Spencer Yang. The SMUPreneur shares more about chatbot design firm, KeyReply, which he's co-founded with fellow alumni Carylyne Chan and Max Xu.

How I Started My Own Business At 19

All it took was a gap year to get a dream off the ground. SMU Business undergraduate, Mandy Chan, shares her journey of trials and tribulations to realising BOW for Bold at just 19.

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