Employing the Unemployable. Profitably. – Seng Choon Koh, Project Dignity

In this episode I speak with Seng Choon Koh, founder of Dignity Kitchen.  An organization whose mission is to build and return the dignity to the disabled and disadvantaged through vocation. When I arrived to meet him, I thought I had the wrong address as his office is literally in the middle of a hawker market that serves as a live training ground for a wide range of "unemployable" individuals.…

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Aspire, Discover, Translate, and Scale Innovation – Christoph Langwallner, NAMZ

Since meeting Christoph nearly three years ago, I have come to understand that he is one that sees the biggest challenges that we face as opportunities to disrupt markets, and I wanted to find out about his process. Already in a position to reach more than a billion consumers, he has built an organization where aspirations lead to discoveries which translated into products, that can then be bro…

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There is No Replacement for Quality – Jessica Cheam, Eco-Business

Starting a publishing business in this day and age is no easy feat. Start a publishing business, focused on sustainability? Some would say that is crazy... But, over the last 10 years, that is just what Jessica Cheam has done. Through this interview, I dive into the hill that she had to climb to build Asia's first (and only) sustainability focused newsroom. How she has learned to tell the story…

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