The 7$ To 12$” Business Model – The 7 Elements of a Strong Business Model

Creating a business model isn’t simply about completing your business plan or determining which products to pursue. It’s about mapping out how you will create ongoing value for your customers.   Where will your business idea start, how should it progress, and when will you know you’ve been successful? How will you create value for […]

Driving the S$2m Rolls-Royce Phantom

(Source: What has truly progressed is the manner in which the Phantom conveys its occupants, with technology having been brought to bear in order to somehow mix vault-like solidity with a cloud-like delicacy. Rolls-Royces are infinitely customisable, so it wouldn’t be surprising if its engineers found a way to install a waterbed back there […] […]

Quick takes: Disappointing NODX opens door for rollback of GDP expectations

(Source: SINGAPORE’S non-oil domestic exports lost steam in September to post a 1.1 per cent decline after months of increase capped by a 16.7 per cent year-on-year (y-o-y) surge in August. The drop was even more stark month on month (m-o-m), with the NODX plunging by a seasonally adjusted 11 per cent. The NODX […] […]


People spend a lot of time in meetings – nearly a third of the work week is spent preparing for and attending meetings. And how often do you walk out of a meeting feeling like you actually accomplished something? Most of the time people say they feel like their time in meetings was […] via WASTING […]

The future of risk-mitigated cryptocurrency investing The cryptocurrency markets have shown high potential regarding returns on investments in recent times. With high profits, they have become the cynosure of the financial world, brewing interest among institutional investors and intraday traders alike. However, the primary challenge with these digital assets is their low liquidity which in turn manifests in the form […] […]


In some corners of the business education world, faith in the power of the MBA is not strong. MBA applications always go up during a bad economy. That is because business school generally attracts people who are lost. But MBA frameworks are a bunch of academic mumbo-jumbo with little applicability. There is a deliberate useless […] […]