Fusing the art of watchmaking with jewellery craftsmanship with stunning creations set with baguette diamonds. A myriad of rectangular, square and trapeze-cut precious stones sparkling in perfect harmony.
CLASSIC FUSION CHRONOGRAPH ORLINSKI HIGH JEWELLERY – 485 DIAMONDS
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PRESERVING AND REVIVING CULTURAL HERITAGE
What started as a home-based enterprise and went on to grow into a full-fledged social enterprise on its own, Pungu Borneo is looking to create awareness on the importance of intellectual property on traditional knowledge and traditional culture expressions.
NEW GENERATION, NEW PAYMENT OPTION
The cashless movement which saw a spike when Covid-19 struck countries and lockdowns came into effect also saw the rise of a new payment option, the Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) service, an instalment payment solution for businesses and consumers.
THE BITUMAN; JALAINI ABU HASSAN STRIKES BACK!
One of Segaris Art Center’s co-founders, Associate Professor Jalaini Abu Hassan, had just recently exhibited his new and limited number of artworks at the gallery from April 3rd to April 25th, 2021. It aimed to ignite and revive Segaris Art Center after a year besieged by the pandemic. It is Jais much-awaited solo show since his last exhibition which he collaborated with the luxury watch company; Bell & Ross in 2019. Moving faster than expected, within just one week, his 11 works of art worth RM432,000 were sold out.
CLOSING THE DIGITAL GAP ONE STEP AT A TIME
Allo’s Chief Executive Officer Rodzi Ahmad speaks to BusinessToday on the journey the company has undertaken since 2018 in bridging the digital divide in the country, and what the future holds for the telecommunications infrastructure service provider.
TURKEY'S RIPPLE EFFECT BUT NO TSUNAMI WARNINGS
The ripple effects from the replacement of Turkey’s central bank governor are fading. Forex weakness is focused on those currencies where central banks have hiked policy rates over the past week -e.g. Brazilian Real (BRL) or where monetary tightening is priced in later this year – e.g. Mexican Peso (MXN).
THE QUEST FOR POSTPANDEMIC RESILIENCE AND RECOVERY
Business resilience is the buzzword now. After 2020, is that a surprise? Most businesses don’t have to be told that they need to do things differently – many are actively searching for a way to “build back better” as the economy recovers. But how do you do that? A good way forward is to look back.
MARII PROGRAMMES TO ACCELERATE TRANSITION TO DIGITALISATION
The Malaysia Automotive, Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii), an agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI), has been developing numerous solutions to allow the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sector to digitalise their entire business value chain and deliver better and more cost-effective products and services based on smart and intelligent manufacturing practices.
THAT 2013 FEELING
The sharp rise in the US Treasury recently has served as a reminder to us that is the stark contrast between the policy rates and how the market perceived of how the interest rates should evolve going forward. The 10-year US Treasury yields which is the barometer for the future interest rates have lept to 1.74 percent as of 19 March from 0.91 percent in the early part of January. Understandably, the incoming data from the US economy has been quite decent with total jobs created or the Nonfarm payroll (NFP) jumping to 379k in February against the median estimates of 182,000.
IT IS TIME FOR MALAYSIA TO AIM HIGH
The past few weeks have shown what Malaysia can do when it aims high. The maiden win of national shuttler Lee Zhi Jia who emerged victorious in the All-England Open Badminton Championships, the world’s oldest and most prestigious badminton tournament, is a great metaphor for this kind of spirit – and it should be replicated in the sphere of economic development.
BELENGGU HALT TO SPEARHEAD MALAYSIA'S SUSTAINABLE LANDFILL MODEL
According to the Ministry of Housing and Local Government (KPKT) in Malaysia, around RM430 million has been spent on closing just 17 out of 165 existing dumpsites and promoting the disposal of solid waste to sanitary landfill.
BEST OF TIMES, WORST OF TIMES
THAT CRAZY YEAR IN WHICH A SMALLER FIELD MADE THINGS HARDER
The GOD of WAR
Italian boutique coachbuilder Ares Design unveils its first production supercar
SHEER PACE, UNFLAPPABLE POISE
A SHIMMERING RETURN OF THE CLASSIC ITALIAN GT, WITH A MODERN EDGE
A DEEP DIVE INTO OCEANIA EATS
How Oceania Cruises’ gastronomy stays impressively on-trend
FERRARI PROFIT STEADY AS IT RECOVERS LOST LOCKDOWN OUTPUT
Luxury sportscar maker Ferrari this week reported its profits remained flat in the third quarter as it recovers lost production from the coronavirus shutdown.
FIRST LOOK 2021 Maserati MC20
A 621-hp mid-engine supercar that in form and function elbows the Ferrari F8 Tributo in the ribs, the 2021 MC20 is precisely the sort of car Maserati would never have been allowed to build a few years ago when the parent company still owned Ferrari.
YES, WE MEAN IT. YOU CAN (AND SHOULD) COMMUTE IN A FERRARI CONVERTIBLE.
SUPERCARS ARE DROPPING LIKE SNEAKERS
With limited special releases, luxury automakers are increasing excitement and competition for their offerings—and raising margins.
From supercars to superminis and reborn classics to high-tech saloons, 2020 will see a huge array of new cars vying for your attention
YES, YOU CAN
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