Join us as we host an open discussion on how the VC industry is fast-evolving, what challenges startups are facing today and what bold moves we can expect in 2019. 10 December 2018, 7pm (for 7.30pm) at Straits Clan.
National Day Parade 2018 has been called a breakthrough moment - but what did it take to unify creative and operational ideas into a celebration that could find common ground across the country? If we use a more critical lens, does the National Day Parade still matter?
We have never before lived in a more polarised media environment and public trust for traditional news sources and institutions is under considerable stress. Can we move past a cacophony of extremes to an environment with more mature discourse, and how will we do that in Singapore? Join us for a panel with Bertha Henson, Gaurav Keerthi and Ervin Tan as we unpick this complex issue.
Asset management and literature don’t often go hand-in-hand, as they do in the journey of Rachel Heng, the Singaporean author of Suicide Club. Written while Rachel was building a successful private equity career in London, the novel is set in a dystopian New York where the average life expectancy is 300 years and where society is obsessed with wellness and genetic perfection.
Come join us as we sit with Rachel to hear how she made the switch from investor to writer, the influences behind her work, and why Suicide Club – far from being a book about death – is really a reflection and celebration of life.
We spoke with Yvonne Tham, CEO-Designate of The Esplanade Co., and Joshua Ip, founder of Singlit Station and 2017 National Arts Council Young Artist Award winner on creating new spaces and forms for arts activity to grow and thrive.