Prime Movers

Kendra Liew decided to ditch her career as a lawyer and create an organic cosmetic line, affectionately named, Katfood. -Vulcan Post
What she has earned from 77th Street is more than enough to have her live out the rest of her life without lifting a finger. But she is not about to spend her days fishing, although it is a new obsession. -ST
Tiger Balm may be an old brand but it embraces innovation as the way forward to the next 90 years. -BT
"If you own your stocks as an investment - just like you'd own an apartment, house or a farm - look at them as a business." -CNBC
View failure as a chance to learn, not a black mark, says S'porean. -ST
The success of two-decade-old Spize lies in its bursting menu of local and Western fare and the strong sense of loyalty it has cultivated among suppergoers. -ST
The Israel-based equity crowdfunding platform OurCrowd allows start-ups to seek investments from a large number of investors. -CNBC
Legal eagles taking flight to other industries is not a new phenomenon, but the attrition seems to be on the rise in recent years. -ST
Rarely do family-run small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) employ futurists, but Wong Fong Engineering Works is way ahead of the curve. -ST
Siblings Surekha and Aaghir Yadav run marketing agency Creative Insurgence together. -ST