Studying in a city campus does not necessarily mean you can only rely on costly food and entertainment options. Check out our five tips on how you can have a blast in your university years at SMU without breaking the bank!
The answer is 'yes' if it adapts to the new off-premise and digital reality. Koh Kek Sin, founder of F&B consultancy Ants Franchise Consulting, tells us how.
F&B businesses the world over are cracking under the pressure of the COVID-19 pandemic. So why did restaurant chain owners and SMU alumni, Anna Haotanto and Brian Chua, made the tough call ... Read More
To many health-conscious consumers, finding traditionally high-carb foods that are yet low in their glycaemic index is a dream come true. SMU Business alumnus, Alan Phua, of Alchemy Foodtech is now making that dream a reality.
Through the use of technology, SMU alumni and husband-and-wife team, Jeffrey and Angeline Ong, are changing the way we shop for fish with their startup, Dishthefish. Find out what this fishy business is all about.
Singapore’s local cuisine is the outcome of different food traditions intermingling through trade and cultural exchange. As what the world eats becomes increasingly globalised, Prof Lily Kong argues that the best way to keep Singaporean food ... Read More
It's not always easy finding good coffee when you need one—not to mention how costly it can be. Facing the same issue herself, Faye Sit created Hook Coffee in a bid to make fresh, specialty brews easily accessible to all coffee lovers.
SMU alumnus Desmond Lim's first business, started while in college, was a Thai food business, Treehouse Restaurant. With little capital on hand here's he came up with creative ideas to bootstrap and start the business.
A curious streak that sparked a line of Kindred Teas. SMU alumna Madelene Poon shares how her travels helped inspire the unique flavours of her teas.