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The New Savvy is in Hong Kong!

To put it mildly, I was (and still am) mind blown! Hong Kong to me had always been about amazing women who are smart, ambitious, hardworking AND gorgeous. And… launching in Hong Kong had been a work in progress for 2 years and now,… a dream come true. I remember being here for a female conference […]

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The Savvy Gifter – Make Him Happy Without Breaking the Bank

The Savvy Gifter – Make Him Happy Without Breaking the Bank Men are often thrilled with the gifts their wives or girlfriends give them. Savvy women gifters do much more than hit the nail on the head with their choice of the perfect romantic present. They most often find the most perfect price that won’t […]

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How can Bankruptcy Compromise Your Financial Future?

How can Bankruptcy Compromise Your Financial Future? We all know how bankruptcy can compromise our financial future. This is not something that you can shrug off easily. This is why experts are encouraging everyone to avoid it at all cost. Before you file for bankruptcy, you are encouraged to explore other options for your debts. […]

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Mouna Aouri Langendorf: From Crisis Survivor to Founder of Woomentum

Fleeing from the Arab Spring Revolution in 2011, Mouna Aouri Langendorf saw the life she painstakingly built crumble before her very eyes. Fearing for the safety of her newborn child, the civil engineer by training left everything behind and moved, with her German husband, to Singapore. It was a heartbreaking move for her, as she […]

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Think Twice Before Buying a Parallel Import Car for These 3 Reasons

It’s no wonder that many Singaporeans like to buy parallel import cars: by purchasing one, you can often get a significantly cheaper price than you could buying from an authorised dealership. At a glance, the parallel import Honda Vezel 1.5 lists in the range of S$98,000 to about S$102,000, while its twin the Honda HR-V 1.5 sells for about […]

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