The Evening Runway with Elliott Danker, Timothy Go and Chua Tian Tian


From politics to pop culture, we've got it all. Get ready to immerse yourself in the world of business, lifestyle, culture, travel, and sports.

NOV 24, 2023
24/11/23 - Sports Minutes: Take your first step into pro-boxing with Firstdrop Pro Fight
We delve deep into the world of pro-boxing with First Drop Pro Fight, a Taiwan-based management company - as brand ambassador Sam Kao shares insights into pushing boundaries in boxing, comparing training in Taiwan and Singapore, and assessing the local boxing standard. Got a story to tell? Get in touch with us! |

NOV 24, 2023
24/11/23 - Culture Club: Michelin-trained chef starts meal planning subscription service for Singapore market
Here is the deal, we all know that adulting is hard. So imagine receiving a warm and wholesome meal delivered to your doorstep right after a long day, just utter bliss. These healthy food delivery services in Singapore offer weekly and monthly subscription meal plans that will fill you up nicely. Michelin-trained chef Maxamillian Mepham, Founder and Chef, Green Kitchen shares his founding story and the crowd favourites from their menu. 

NOV 24, 2023
24/11/23 - Market View: China reportedly weighs unprecedented builder support with unsecured loans; Strikes against Amazon in Europe on Black Friday; CDL’s higher 3Q sales; Noel Gifts International hot stock of the day; LHN Group’s transfer to SGX mainboard
Singapore stocks fell during early trade today, led by declines from the banks. US markets were closed for the Thanksgiving holiday. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) headed down 0.3 per cent to 3,105.08 points, after 89.7 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch today, we have City Developments Limited. The property group and its joint-venture associates posted higher third-quarter sales of S$325 million, from S$281 million in the year-ago period.  This came on the back of sales from its 408-unit residential development The Myst, for which the group sold 169 units since the project’s launch in July. Elsewhere, from China reportedly weighing unprecedented builder support with unsecured loans to protests against Amazon in Europe on the traditionally busy Black Friday, more corporate headlines remain in focus. On Market View, The Evening Runway’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian unpacked the developments withSunny Soh, Lead Technical Analyst (Capital Markets & Investor Education), SIAS.

NOV 24, 2023
24/11/23 - Weekly Wrap Up: Would taking on international appointments possibly divert our President’s attention from his elected responsibilities?
Singapore’s Presidents will be able to accept appointments at international organisations in a “private capacity”, allowing them to act and express views independently under constitutional amendments that were passed in Parliament this week.  But could any time spent serving private interests be time taken away from the President’s national duties and his constituents? Eugene Tan, Associate Professor of Law, Singapore Management University shares his views. 

NOV 24, 2023
24/11/23 - Under the Radar: World’s largest brandy manufacturer Emperador on its double digit growth in Asia and North America
Today we’re going to bring you an inside look into the largest liquor company in the Philippines that is also the world’s biggest brandy manufacturer. Founded in 1979, Emperador is a holding company that operates an integrated business of manufacturing, bottling and distributing distilled spirits and other alcoholic beverages from the Philippines and Europe.  Its consolidated portfolio includes brands like the Emperador Light and whisky brands such as The Dalmore. It also entered the global Scotch whisky business through the acquisition of Whyte and Mackay in 2014.  The Manila-listed firm made its debut on the Singapore Exchange last July, and became a constituent of the Straits Times Index last September, making it the second regional spirits company listed on the SGX after Thai Beverage. So what is the role of Emperador’s Singapore business in the bigger scheme of things? Meanwhile, the company saw revenues increase by 10 per cent year-on-year to P47.1 billion in the first nine months this year. Emperador said its international business continued to experience double digit growth particularly in Asia and North America.  But why is this the case, and what are the key drivers of growth for the firm in the near future? On Under the Radar, The Evening Runway’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian posed these questions to Glenn Manlapaz, CEO, Emperador International Division.

NOV 23, 2023
23/11/23 - Sports Minutes: The parallels between business and boxing
Business man by day, boxer by night? What are the similarities between the two seemingly different aspects of one's life - and what lessons can we take from one to another? Ahead of the 3rd edition of The Ring White Collar Boxing Show - Ruchdi Hajjar, co-founder of The Ring Boxing Community and founding partner of SGMC Capital, joins us to tell us more. Got a story to tell? Get in touch with us! |

NOV 23, 2023
23/11/23 - Culture Club: Tech for travel, how does technology integrate into the business travel plans for organisations?
The business travel industry has seen the integration of technological innovations which help to better serve and protect the business travellers of organisations. These technological advancements include the usage of chatbots to ensure 24/7 business traveller support, and virtual reality technology. But what are the benefits of integrating technological advancements into the business travel?  Lim Hui Ject, Managing Director (Singapore and Middle East), International SOS shares her views. 

NOV 23, 2023
23/11/23 - Market View: Singtel on Optus securing spectrum lots; Singapore’s inflation edges up to 4.7% yoy in October; Thai Beverage’s net profit down 9%; Oil extends losses after delay in Opec’s key policy meeting; More on the (supposedly) backstory behind OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s earlier ouster
Singapore stocks opened weaker today, led by declines in banks and other index counters. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) headed down 0.4 per cent to 3,102.49 points after 34.1 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch, we have Singtel. That’s as its Australian unit Optus has secured four spectrum lots for A$33.5 million (S$29.4 million) in total, in the latest government spectrum auction.  Meanwhile from more on Singapore’s inflation numbers to concerns over oil supply, more local and international headlines remain in focus.  Also on the table – more details supposedly uncovered about the earlier ouster of OpenAI’s CEO Sam Altman.  On Market View, The Evening Runway’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian dived into the details with Terence Wong, CEO, Azure Capital.

NOV 23, 2023
23/11/23 - Why It Matters: What WHO’s SAGE recommendations on dengue immunisation means for Singapore
Dengue has been significantly on the rise this year across Southeast Asia and in Singapore, the NEA has warned of a new surge in dengue cases in recent months. WHO’s Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization (SAGE) has released recommendations for the use of dengue vaccine QDENGA. But how effective are vaccines when it comes to fighting dengue?  Ooi Eng Eong, Professor in Emerging Infectious Diseases, DUKE-NUS Medical School shares his views. 

NOV 23, 2023
23/11/23 - Euro Watch: What the Dutch General Election Means for the EU
This week, the Netherlands headed to the polls and for the first time in 13 years, outgoing prime minister Mark Rutte was not on the ballot. Geert Wilders was the surprise victor in Wednesday’s elections, after a late surge that catapulted his anti-EU party to a resounding victory over his mainstream rivals.  The Netherlands is a proven bellwether for long-term shifts in European politics. So, what can we expect from the Dutch election and what does it mean for the EU?  Chris Humphrey, Executive Director, EU-ASEAN Business Council breaks it down. 

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