Nigel is the Co-Founder and CEO of Astronaut, a team that’s helping democratise opportunity for job seekers, and speed up the recruitment process for hiring teams.
Astronaut is a B2B platform that is used both standalone or via integration with ATS and jobs boards.
Before recruitment and technology, Nigel was managing real estate project teams in Australia and the UK for Lend Lease, and others.
Sudhanshu is the co-founder and CEO of Rewardz, a team that’s on a mission to build happier and healthier workplaces.
He worked as a senior technologist in some of the largest investment banks in Singapore such as JP Morgan and Credit Suisse for over a decade after graduating from NUS in 2004.
From ensuring onboarding consistency to improving workplace culture, HR tech startups are continuing to expand their disruption ripple across HR departments.
What started as 18 HR Tech startups on my Google Doc has grown to a visual map that contains more than 70 different companies.
Some of them in areas that are truly niche but immensely significant HR process areas.
The “next step” is every entrepreneur’s dream. It means you’ve survived the initial teething issues and have a real business that has the potential to generate real income and business growth.
You’ve got your website, set up your social media accounts, got your finances sorted out (hopefully!), and you’re now exploring steps to go to the next level in terms of your business’ growth.
Terence is an opportunistic and motivated individual.
During the last 3 years, he dabbled into multiple businesses and managed to profit from every single one of them.
Terence is a avid reader and learner. He believes everyone should push themselves for self-improvement.
Terence also has his fair share working with big corporation.
This is a guest post by Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) Singapore.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, we are giving the spotlight to local women entrepreneurs who have made all of us proud to be women!
Such organization who has embraced the entrepreneurship spirit is
Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) Singapore.
Made up of successful entrepreneurs across Singapore from various industries, we sat down with its 8 female members of EO to find out about their successes and challenges.
Akiko Naka is founder and chief executive officer of Wantedly, a social-networking service for professionals.
Following its official launch in February 2012, Wantedly grew to 1m monthly active users and 20,000 corporates, and has become the leading professional social-networking service in Japan.
Prior to founding Wantedly, Ms Naka was a growth co-ordinator at Facebook Japan, where she contributed to marketing and product development for Facebook in Japan.
is the world’s largest professional network online, with more than 467 million members. It’s mainly where professionals put their CVs up online, to network within one’s industry and share mostly work-related stories and ideas. LinkedIn
A lot of people make the mistake of thinking that LinkedIn is social media but it really isn’t.
Sharon is the co-founder of TalentTribe Asia, a team that’s on a mission to help young people find careers they’ll actually enjoy.
TalentTribe Asia is a career discovery platform that showcases an inside look into company culture, people, office spaces and day-to-day work life.
They work closely with companies to showcase their employer brand to engage and attract millennial talent.
Social media is a major marketing tool, no matter which demographic you’re targeting as your market.
People use social media to keep in touch with friends and family, share opinions/photos/stories, stay up-to-date on news/current events and for general networking.
If people aren’t working, they are pretty likely to be on some type of social media (Facebook, with its 1.7 billion active users, reigns supreme).