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NEW: Corum Bubble Mini
There is just no escaping the vivacity of the Corum Bubble watch, not even when it is this tiny. The most curvaceous watch on the planet has been shrunk into case sizes measuring just 17mm across with the Bubble Mini collection – the smallest Bubble watch line yet. While at its daintiest and most feminine – the last Bubble Mini watches came in 26mm case, while ‘normal’ ...
After making her fortune, Anna Haotanto wants to teach others more about investing
SINGAPORE (May 15): Anna Vanessa Haotanto became a selfmade millionaire at 29, an age when many people are still climbing the corporate ladder. She achieved this mainly by making smart investments and saving prudently. Born and raised in Singapore, Haotanto, now 32, is the founder of thenewsavvy.com, an online platform that focuses on financial and career issues facing women in Asia. She is ...
Singapore wants to double women on company boards in 3 years
SINGAPORE (April 5): A Singapore government-backed group wants to double women’s representation on company boards to 20% by the end of the decade in what it says would be a "big challenge" catching up with other countries in terms of having more females in the upper echelons of management. The Diversity Action Committee issued on Tuesday a six-step plan to encourage more women on the ...
Miss Kaya targets Asia’s women investors with launch of fintech platform in Singapore
SINGAPORE (Jan 4): Assets under management (AUM) of automated wealth management services, otherwise known as robo-advisors, are projected to rise by 2,500% to US$489 billion ($708.3 billion) globally by 2020, according to data provided by financial services research firm Cerulli Associates. Miss Kaya, a Singapore-based financial platform targeting women in Asia, is the latest to enter the fray ...
Singapore seen as worst APAC country for workplace gender equality
SINGAPORE (Oct 31): Gender disparity in Singapore’s workplace has yet to become a thing of the past. At least, that is how 63% of the city state’s respondents to the Women in Leadership in Asia Pacific report see it. The recent study was jointly developed by Willis Towers Watson and The Economist Corporate Network, and its results were presented and discussed at a diversity event at The ...