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Saturday, August 20, 2022

Make your small business successful from the start

Read on for how to make your business start up a success.

Diversity & inclusivity trends in 2022

Creating a healthy workplace free of recruitment biases and toxic cultures is a goal for many companies. Read on for expert advice on how to achieve it.

Workplace changes to expect in 2022

Workplace changes are difficult to foresee in these unstable times, but Pacific Prime Singapore have some solid predictions.

JCU: The Place for Gaming Enthusiasts

The Singapore campus of James Cook University (JCU) offers unique opportunities to discover the world of video games and to level up game development skills.

Refind: Glass Recycling in Singapore

Australian expat B. Jane Cowie talks about her brilliant career in glass and how she’s aiming to make her company, Refind, Singapore’s leading art glass recycling studio.

ANZA’s New Trailing Talent Support Group

ANZA has set up the ANZA Trailing Talent Facebook group for trailing spouses looking for social and networking opportunities.

10 Mins With: Lisa Mulligan

Lisa Mulligan shuns suits, sports bright pink hair, and believes more women should be in the boardroom. Alongside her day job as Diversity and Inclusion Leader for a Global Engineering and Project management company, she also finds time to support Singapore’s women in business.

JCU: Stay Ahead in the Business World

The Singapore campus of James Cook University (JCU) is staying ahead of the curve and preparing its graduates for the challenges of a complex world. This year, the Singapore campus has refreshed its Master of Business Administration program to add a suite of six new majors.

Write a Bestseller with the ANZA Writers’ Group

Got a cracking story to tell? The ANZA Writing group is launching a new online writing course, ‘Writing Gripping Fiction’, a 6-part series starting on 6 October at 7.30 pm.

Piece of Cake!

Joann Finlayson, the talented baker behind customised cake business, Jo Takes the Cake was first featured in ANZA magazine in a kid’s party feature in 2012 when her business was starting out. “It was so exciting because it was the first local magazine to share my creations,” says Jo. We catch up with Singapore’s queen of baking, whose stunning cakes have been the centrepiece for hundreds of celebrations and special moments.