The Cutting Edge
THE founder of one of South-east Asia's most well-known tech companies had an unconventional way of pumping up his confidence level.
BEFORE consumer Internet firm Sea became one of South-east Asia's most well-known tech names, the company was a scrappy startup working out of a small shophouse office on Maxwell Road in Singapore.
Chatri Sityodtong shared his entrepreneurial journey at the third Cutting Edge forum held on July 25.
A COMPANY with a heavy focus on profit will never evolve into a big business. In fact, global giants Amazon and Tesla are still not making money, said Chatri Sityodtong, the CEO, founder and chairman of Singapore-based mixed-martial arts organisation One Championship.
GROWING up, Chatri Sityodtong had always been deeply passionate about martial arts and entrepreneurship.
THE JETSONS, a 1960s cartoon series, fantasised that humans would whizz around in flying cars in the year 2062. This bit of fiction could become a reality sooner than we think, reckons GGV Capital managing partner Jenny Lee.
THE brave new economy, powered by gig work and automation, has stoked fears about the displacement of blue-collar workers.