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MASTERING VIDEO CALL ETIQUETTE
By now, we’re probably all masters at how to set up and receive video calls. Video call software has made it so easy and user-friendly, even your grandmother can join in the video call bandwagon.
UMBRAGE OVER SPH'S RESTRUCTURING?
That Singapore Press Holdings decided to unload its media outlets is not surprising. SPH lost S$11.4 million last year, and recorded a S$122.5 million drop in advertising revenue.
IT'S LONELY AT THE TOP
This is an oft-quoted statement that many of us will find affinity with.
THIS WEEK IN NEWS
BYTEDANCE GOES ON HIRING SPREE, CHALLENGING INCUMBENT ALIBABA
WHAT NEW BRANDS NEED TO KNOW
Many emerging entrepreneurs understand one thing: they need to build a brand. Your business is your relationship to your customers, your reputation in the marketplace, and what people think of when they think of your company. All of this equals brand.
The Next Big Leap In Tech
Many believe that the next big leap in technology after smartphones will be augmented reality, or AR. Google has tried it with its Glass project, with mixed results. Apple is rumoured to be making a prototype AR headset or glasses, hoping to create an iPhone-like impact.
The Alternative Way Of Resolving Disputes
Let’s say you end up in a business dispute. Whether it’s a simple dispute about payment or a highly technical case, you’d want to resolve this quickly.
THE RELENTLESS PANDEMIC
East Asia, once the poster child for containing COVID-19 infections, is facing a new wave of cases.
SMEs AND CSR
When the topic of corporate social responsibility (CSR) comes up, almost invariably, big companies come to mind.
KNOW WHO YOU ARE SELLING TO
Consumers are increasingly hard to pin down using demographics alone. Building a personality profile is much more helpful
A Small Part OF A Small Business Can Be A Big Idea
Lisa Tran’s parents (right) escaped a Communist regime and built a small restaurant in America. Now she wants to reinvent it by building a business based solely on their sauces. Her mom thinks she’s crazy—and maybe she is. But some of the greatest brands were built in much the same way.
Tech vs. Journalism
Silicon Valley feels picked on by “woke” journalists “who can't code." Reporters feel picked on by petty zillionaires with anger-management problems. Inside the nasty clout battle for how the world’s most influential industry gets covered.
Can Aluminum Really Go Green?
Alcoa and Rio Tinto —with a push from Apple—are trying to clean up production of one of the dirtiest metals
Think Like a Disruptor
If you want to shake things up, you must have a mindset that’s different from everyone else’s. Here are three ways to reshape your thinking.
Staying Ahead of Change
Yousuf Ali had a successful career in marketing until he failed to embrace new technologies. Now, as a My Eyelab franchisee, embracing forward-thinking capabilities is the key to his success.
Build Lasting Partnerships
Finding trustworthy vendors and partners is key to growing your business—but it’s a challenging relationship to perfect. We asked six entrepreneurs to share their best methods.
Is This a Business?
Marco Zappia, a former bar director in Minneapolis, has an idea for a cocktail commissary business.
How Small Businesses Can Solve Big Problems
Entrepreneurs are a big-thinking bunch—but how can startups help tackle the world’s largest issues? Planet FWD’s Julia Collins has an answer: Start small.
A Bank That Keeps Things Simple
It’s not nuts – The 18-year-old coin bank on Casilimas’ desk.
How a Philanthropic Darling Became Political Scandal
A Canadian development charity courted celebrities, enlisted legions of schoolchildren to raise funds, and built a new, commerce-fueled model of philanthropy. Then a Covid relief deal got people asking who was benefiting most