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So, what are the cool kids up to these days? Well, Deloitte reports 76% of them are starting to call out BS on businesses. This shouldn’t come as a surprise as history tends to repeat itself and society moves in a cycle of four generations:1. First generation: makes a radical break with the past to establish new rules creating chaos2. Second generation: craves… Continue reading Out now! CAOSE Newsletter, Sign up

Meeting the Masters: Charity or Social Enterprise? The Definition Matters

Dialogue has been condensed and edited for clarity.  Are social enterprises thriving in Singapore? The short answer is no, and boils down to a disagreement over its definition.  I discovered this in a packed room a couple of Saturdays ago at a Meet the Masters panel held at SCAPE Singapore.   Four social entrepreneurs tackling various… Continue reading Meeting the Masters: Charity or Social Enterprise? The Definition Matters

Don’t Confuse a Company’s Charitable Intentions with Real Intent

The rise of technology and digital access has allowed businesses to sell us meal kits online, connect strangers and lovers and send individuals down rabbit holes of viral short clips and cooking shows. But each innovation brings us closer to what exactly? Summed up, we’re getting convenience - quicker and more effective ways to consume… Continue reading Don’t Confuse a Company’s Charitable Intentions with Real Intent

How SKYBIT is Using Bitcoin to Open Myanmar to the International Market

Financial Technology, or “fintech”, has been at the forefront of Southeast Asia’s growing digital adoption. In 2015 and the first half of 2016, a total of $345 million was invested in fintech startups in the region alone because market maturation and ecommerce adoption have been stagnated by payments. In recent years, there has been an array of… Continue reading How SKYBIT is Using Bitcoin to Open Myanmar to the International Market

India’s youth

10 December days in India. This shot was taken at Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi on Christmas Eve. A few not for profit organisations you can get involved with: Salaam Baalak Trust - caring for the children on the streets of India Smile Foundation India - helping underprivileged children Helpage India - caring for the seniors in… Continue reading India’s youth