Wednesday, February 19, 2020
By Syahiirah Junaidi The world is more than just 50 shades of grey. There a different hues and mix of colours with names we rarely hear. There’s cerulean, heliotrope, glaucous, zaffre, nadeshiko pink, ochre and so many more. Using colours in your marketing strategy is an added advantage, since it...
In any discussion of the economic and market outlook, even for Emerging Markets (EM), it is difficult to escape the pervasive influence of Brexit. The market reaction to the referendum vote suggested a degree of exposure for EM, as the MSCI EM index sold off along with global equity...
By Lydia Adam   Threading a few thousand years earlier at around 10, 000 BC, “Run for your life” was constantly playing at the back of man’s head. Physical development followed a natural path resulted due the orderly demands of life in a wild landscape as well as the imperative needs to escape peril...
This month’s Multi-Asset Insights explores how negative interest rates have affected the global economy and explains what the unintended consequences might be.   In January the Bank of Japan (BoJ) became the fifth major central bank to embark on negative interest rate policy (NIRP) in the hope that progressively lower interest...
By Calvin Tung There’s a new kid in Kuala Lumpur’s increasingly exciting foodie scene. Introducing Coquo Restaurant Wine & Bar, touted by co owners, Tricia Kandiah and chef Toni Valero to be somewhere one can ‘come, chill, open a bottle of wine and relax the night away’. The newly opened café, located...
By Lam Fong Kiew & Edwin Leow, Head of Tax and Tax Director respectively of Nexia TS, Singapore's leading home-grown full service audit and professional accounting services firm.    Targeted, inclusive and transforming in nature – this in essence sums up Budget 2016 which was delivered by Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat...
It’s time to celebrate Father’s Day and show appreciation for all the wonderful things dad contributes to those around him. While a father’s love is priceless, love and gratitude are expressed in a selection of timepieces that bring together virtuoso watchmaking and timeless design. Defying the conventions of ultra-thin...
Plummeting sales, PR disasters, piling debts, lawsuits & layoffs are just a few of the many potential tough situations an entrepreneur might face — and that's just on the business side. Juggling both business and personal problems can weigh heavily on an entrepreneur mind and make it really tough...
Starting a business is not an easy feat and it's even harder to do it without a support group. It is with that reason that networking is so important for entrepreneurs and small business owners. Enlarging your network means creating more valuable connections to other entrepreneurs and, therefore, more resources. Connections are great...
When it comes to expectations of what the key responsibilities are of companies, the top two most important roles are the same in the eyes of global as well as Asia Pacific consumers. However, Asian consumers have a slightly stronger opinion about companies protecting the health and safety of...
By Andrew Gazdecki   Twenty years ago, we simply used phones for making calls or sending text messages. Now, we carry our whole world around in them. From bank details to social media contacts, office apps to learning tools, if you can turn it into a digital platform, you’ll find it on a smartphone...
By Melinda Emerson   In all my years of being in business, reading all I can about business, and surrounding myself with successful entrepreneurs (large and small), I have come to believe there are 7 essential principles that all successful small business owners have in common. 1. An Entrepreneurial Mindset To develop a mindset for...

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