The Breakfast Huddle with Elliott Danker, Manisha Tank and Finance Presenter Ryan Huang


Get a head start to your day with The Breakfast Huddle from 6am to 9am. Listen to insightful discussions as Elliott Danker and Manisha Tank deep dive into the stories and issues that matter the most to you. Together with Ryan Huang, be kept apprised of the markets and the companies to watch.

DEC 6, 2019
06/12/19 - F&B Friday: Cedele at Wheelock Place relaunches with a cleaner, greener movement
After 16 years, Cedele’s outlet at Wheelock Place has now been given a face-lift to fit its Newer, Greener, Better ethos with a remodeled separate retail and dining space and new menu featuring one-third vegan dishes. Yeap Cheng Guat, Founder, Cedele shares more.

DEC 6, 2019
06/12/19 - Bigger Picture: Waiting on clarity around OPEC cuts
Jeffrey Halley, senior market analyst, Oanda, discusses how expected production cuts may run into some obstacles from members in the OPEC oil cartel, and the significance of Japan's $120 billion stimulus package. 

DEC 6, 2019
06/12/19 - Polybee - The future of agriculture
Polybee is currently developing its own palm-sized drone that can create a "signature controlled air flow" pattern to vibrate flowers at the right frequency so they release their pollen. Siddharth Jadhav, Founder & CEO, Polybee shares more on this and the agritech industry.

DEC 5, 2019
05/12/19 - Hits & misses from first year of mandatory sustainability reporting
SGX had made it mandatory for all listed companies to report their environmental, social and governance practices from the financial year ending Dec 31, 2017 onwards. Michael Tang, Head of Listing Policy & Product Admission, SGX RegCo & Prof Lawrence Loh, Director at the Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations, NUS Business School review some of the good parts, and gaps in the first year of mandatory sustainability reporting.  

DEC 5, 2019
05/12/19 - The Ordinary Co. powering their business through co-working
Local jewellery label The Ordinary Co. is one of these new generation businesses that is making use of co-working space. Monica Lie, Founder, The Ordinary Co. shares with us how is not having a permanent office space work to their advantage and how has WeWork’s co-working office space benefited The Ordinary Co.

DEC 5, 2019
05/12/19 - The Bigger Picture: NATO summit turns sour, as US-China trade rhethoric improves
Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist, AMP Capital tells us more about what the odds are like now for the phase 1 trade deal, sour relationships that have ben established during the NATO Summit and more.

DEC 4, 2019
04/12/19 - The Bigger Picture: Phase 1 deal potentially delayed till after 2020 US elections
Manpreet Gill, Head of FICC Investment Strategy, Standard Chartered Private Bank talks to us about where the market is heading with phase 1 trade deal potentially being pushed back to late-2020, and whether tech stocks are worth looking at with signs of the sector bottoming out in the latest Singapore PMI reading.

DEC 4, 2019
04/12/19 - Singapore’s public sector to implement new data security measures
Recently, the Public Sector Data Security Review Committee announced that new data security measures will be taken in Singapore. Joanne Wong, Senior Regional Director for Asia Pacific & Japan at LogRhythm breaks down the new data security measures and how private sector can implement such measures to safeguard their data as well.    

DEC 4, 2019
04/12/19 - Sustainable Singapore: Cultiv@te - The UNDP’s Global Innovation Initiative for Sustainable Agriculture
At the recent Singapore Fintech Festival, The Global Centre for Technology, Innovation and Sustainable Development (which is a joint initiative by the Government of Singapore and the United Nations Development Programme) announced Cultiv@te, which aims to tackle key challenges and explore opportunities in urban agriculture, climate resilience and livestock farming. Bradley Busetto, Director, UN Development Programme Global Centre on Technology, Innovation and Sustainability shares more about it. 

DEC 3, 2019
03/12/19 - Expect more unicorns on SouthEast Asia's horizon
According to a recently released 2019 Internet report by growth equity firm Asia Partners, at least half of these 20 unicorns will go on to pursue initial public offerings (IPOs). Asia Partners is also predicting that the most number of unicorns (about three to four) will emerge from categories such as fintech and e-commerce. Brook Supanusonti, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Asia Partners tells us on how to spot a unicorn and how can one know if they are investing in the right start-up. 

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