It pays to get noticed. And in today’s context, we do so with tact and fashion. There are times when we know full well that we aren’t exactly great at the things we are doing even though we are neither competent nor incompetent. To be discounted of our abilities is not a good feeling, and
The world is never short of people possessing great ideas. But what we don’t see often are doers, people who bring these concepts to life. Bridging the gap between Asian brands and discerning consumers, Cheryl Ho started Moxie, a multi-label womenswear boutique in Singapore back in 2017.
Managing finance has long been a staple challenge for couples today. With Singapore’s rising cost of living, managing one’s financial assets can be a challenge for many, especially for newly-wed couples. At this point, many couples have wondered: Is there a better solution to getting the dream home without the hefty fees?
Many e-retailers face the same problem: consumers adding items into their shopping carts (Initiated Sales), yet fail to have the shopping carts checked out (Abandoned Transactions). Perplexing as it is, many have frequently wondered how else can they do to reduce such abandoned transactions?
It’s 2019 and Marie Kondo isn’t the only change that arrived on our shores. For many Singaporeans, the airing of Marie Kondo on Netflix is a timely reminder for them to tidy up their homes for the upcoming Lunar New Year. There is no doubt that the ‘KonMari’ method is an efficient way for one