Category: The New Savvy

How Dawn Koh turned her passion project into a full time career

In Her Element is a photoseries by Delegate featuring inspiring women in Singapore who excel in their various domains. Dawn Koh, the founder of Ektory, is a creative crafter with nimble fingers and an eye for details. Shortly after graduating from the London College of Fashion, she got married and founding Ektory can be described […]

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DollarsAndSense founder, Timothy Ho, on Making Better Financial Decisions

From a young age, Timothy Ho was fascinated with the sphere of economics; he often wondered how the world economy worked, how people made decisions in life, and how individuals rationalised the choices they made. When he was in polytechnic, he studied media which allowed him to observe how the mass media worked, how people […]

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Women in Finance Asia and The New Savvy, Thomson Reuters

On Wednesday 11th April The New Savvy collaborated with Women in Finance Asia (WiFA) to host an event entitled “Financial Wellbeing: Yoga for your Wallet” featuring Kimberley Chao, a specialist in investments and financial planning with over 10 years’ experience. Kimberley has worked for a number of financial institutions in New York, London and Hong […]

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What Is Covered In A Disability Insurance Policy In Hong Kong?

What Is Covered In A Disability Insurance Policy In Hong Kong? A disability insurance policy is one of the most ignored among the other insurance policies available in the market. According to an article published by the South China Morning Post, Manulife conducted a research in 2005 and it revealed how few people in Hong […]

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How Can Singapore Be A More Gender-Inclusive Place to Work?

It’s the 21st century, yet the World Economic Forum’s (WEF’s) Global Gender Gap Report’s data shows that the gender gap will take another two centuries to close. How well does Singapore perform in terms of gender parity? In Singapore alone, based on the variables measured by WEF below, the only variable which we’ve reached (actually […]

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