25 May 2019, Saturday
Gary Stevens, Former Spurs & England Defender
Gary Stevens, Former Spurs & England Defender stops by for a chat with Jason Dasey.
Neil Humphreys, Award-Winning Author
Join in the conversation with Neil Humphreys, an Award-Winning Author.
Adrian Choo and Sze-Yen Chee
On #WeekendMornings, join the conversation with Adrian Choo, Founder at Career Agility International and Sze-Yen Chee, Executive Director at Career Agility International as they share 5 tips for bosses managing new staff as they acquire another company.
George Donikian, Boon Tan and Gregg Creevey
George Donikian, Broadcaster & Journalist, Boon Tan, Managing Director of CST Tax Advisors & Gregg Creevey, Managing Director of Omni Channels Asia discusses with Jason Dasey on the impact of Australia’s shock election result.
24 May 2019, Friday
Chef Vianney Massot
#Influence with Chef Vianney Massot, Executive Chef & Executive Director of Vianney Massot Restaurant on #PrimeTime. Vianney Massot kick-started his career as an apprentice cook at three Michelin-starred restaurant in Pasir. He then became the youngest chef in Joël Robuchon group.
Joshua Chambers, Founder and Managing Editor, GovInsider
On The Curve, Michelle Martin and Bernard Lim in conversation with Joshua Chambers, Founder of GovInsider, a publication that aims to help officials across Asia Pacific tackle their challenges by learning from international examples.
Francesco Galli Zugaro, CEO, Aqua Expeditions
Aqua Expeditions Founder and CEO Francesco Galli Zugaro stops in for Coffee with Claressa to talk about the latest luxury experiences he will be rolling out in November 2019 for those who seek the combination of soft adventure, luxury and boats.
Darren T’ng and Lionel Sinai-Sinelnikoff, Ascent Urban Air Mobility
This helicopter ride-sharing platform may be the answer to urban cities’ traffic jam problem. Join Darren T’ng and Lionel Sinai-Sinelnikoff, Co-Founders of Ascent Urban Air Mobility on #MindYourBusiness with Howie Lim.
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets
On #TheBiggerPicture, join #TheBreakfastHuddle team in conversation with Oriano Lizza of CMC Markets, a UK-based financial derivatives dealer.
Martin Lim, Electrify
Five power retailers have just dropped out of the electricity retail market in Singapore. Martin Lim, CEO of Electrify shares more about what it means for the Open Electricity Market's power retailers and consumers.
Rajeev Ranjan Chaturvedy, RSIS
India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, claimed a landslide victory in the world's biggest election, where roughly 600 million people cast their ballots in India. Rajeev Ranjan Chatuvedy, Visiting Fellow, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) discusses the results, what it means for India and what is Modi's next step.
23 May 2019, Thursday
Paul Dolan, Author
Does being rich make us, and those around us happy? What is the relationship between income and happiness? Is the pursuit of happiness within our control? Paul Dolan, author of ‘Happy Ever After’ talks about overtime and the link with work, and explains why we work long hours. He also shares what overtime and extreme long working hours do to our sense of happiness.
Carmen Lee, OCBC Bank
How did Singaporean companies fare in the first quarter earnings-wise? OCBC's Head of Equity Research Carmen Lee thinks that there weren't too many surprises, but is keeping tabs of how the trade war might impact earnings down the road. She also spoke to us about whether there are bargains to be found amidst the prolonged pullback in equities.
Mikolaj Jan Piskorski
Tech Talk: Google has stopped providing software and hardware services to Chinese telecom giant Huawei in a move to comply with an order by the US government. This means future versions of Huawei’s smartphones running on the Android system will lose its access to Google’s proprietary services such as the Google Playstore, Gmail and its YouTube apps. What does this ban mean for China and the international community? Mikolaj Jan Piskorski, Professor of Strategy and Innovation at IMD Business School in Singapore and Switzerland weighs in.
Professor Patricia Vickers-Rich, Science Centre Singapore
Curator of DinoQuest from Science Centre Singapore, Professor Patricia Vickers-Rich, stops by for a chat on #CoffeeWithClaressa.
Anurag Bajpayee, CEO, Co-Founder, Gradiant Corporation
Wastewater management in Asia - cost savings for industries and a greener future for all. #MindYourBusiness with Anurag Bajpayee, CEO, Co-Founder of Gradiant Corporation.
Shane Oliver, Chief Economist & Head of Investment Strategy, AMP Capital
In conversation with Shane Oliver, Chief Economist & Head of Investment Strategy, AMP Capital, a global investment manager with a large presence in Australia.
Dr Sandhya Sriram and Dr Ka Yi Ling, Shiok Meats
Dr Sandhya Sriram, CEO & Co-Founder of Shiok Meats & Dr Ka Yi Ling, CSO & Co-Founder of Shiok Meats takes #TheHotSeat. Shiok Meats is a cell-based clean meat company, the first of its kind in Singapore and South-East Asia.
Dr J. Soedradjad Djiwandono, RSIS
Widodo’s win has also caused violent riots in Jakarta, with 6 people dead and 200 injured. Dr J. Soedradjad Djiwandono, Professor of International Economics, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), NTU discusses what this means for Indonesia politically as well as Joko Widodo's next move.
Cindy Chng, Co-Founder, Trifam
Calculations by The Straits Times estimates that only five out of every 100 people with disabilities in Singapore are employed. Cindy Chng, Co-Founder, Trifam shares more about how their platform makes it easier for the differently abled to increase their financial independence.