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Interview ($890 for an episode)

We will spend hours to research and weave a narrative journey about your product or service, dig into what’s interesting about it for our listeners, edit and then publish the podcast to our growing community of entrepreneurs, decision-makers, investors and executives. Your episode will be accessible for free forever and will continue to grow in downloads as our audience grows.

For a limited time, we’re offering a discounted price of $890. Our prices will increase over time, so get in early. Not all applications are guaranteed to be accepted.

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Ad-Spots ($100 per episode, 3 episode minimum = $300)

We set aside 1 ad-spot (45 seconds) in the middle, and 2 ad-spots (2 x 45 seconds) at the end of the show, to talk about your product or service. Your ads will be permanently featured in podcast episodes, providing you longer ROI than most other forms of advertising. Your ads will appear in 3 different episodes (1 middle ad-spot and 2 end ad-spots). We can assist in writing the ad (free).

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We aim to be the largest English language business podcast focusing on Asia. Our audience? Founders, investors, developers, corporate decision-makers, and early adopters based mainly in Southeast Asia, Australia, China (+ Hong Kong) and India.

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Recent Episodes

Strange things happen when you take a year off

Chris Chong | January 20, 2019 close
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I think one of the biggest questions people ask themselves any number of years into their career, so this could be anyone who’s been out of school, working for a while now, they will have days where they ask themselves, should I take a year off to explore something else besides my career?

Sexual Assault: What It’s Like To Be On Trial. Part 2

Sebastian | January 13, 2019 close
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In 2018, you would have felt the far reaching effects of the metoo movement. It’s an important year for women who finally had the chance to speak up about past crimes committed against them. Today we’ll hear what it’s like being a man on trial for sexual assault charges in Australia, a crime which, if found guilty, could mean up to 14 years in prison, and a future on the verge of collapse.

Sexual Assault: What It’s Like To Be On Trial. Part 1

Sebastian | January 6, 2019 close
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If you were a man in 2018, you would have felt the far-reaching effects of the #metoo movement. Women’s concerns about sexual misconduct in the workplace, usually a man taking advantage of his position for his own most basic needs and gratification, finally spilt out into the mainstream media and into the courts. It’s an important year to remember where thousands of women finally had the chance to speak up about past crimes committed against them.

It was a sobering year for men. As a man, I was shaken up to hear a few of my guy friends and acquaintances also got caught up in sexual misconduct and assault accusations, which is what today’s episode is about.  Today we’ll hear what it’s like being a man on trial for sexual assault charges in Australia, a crime which, if found guilty, could mean up to 14 years in prison, and a future on the verge of collapse.

2018 End Of Year Highs And Lows

Chris Chong | December 30, 2018 close
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Hey it’s the end of 2018 and I just wanted to thank you for listening to the podcast, you’ve been the reason why I record this podcast and I’d really like to hear your thoughts about what you think about the quality of the interviews and the content.

I just wanted to let you know that the podcast has been receiving good reviews, mostly from my parents, but I’ve been getting some great feedback through Linkedin. Next year, I plan to invite influential entrepreneurs, trendsetters and idealists in Singapore to interview and I hope that I can add a positive contribution to Singapore’s media landscape. Conversations that will hopefully add a unique point of view to topics that we care about. My goal is to turn my podcast into a TV show in 2019.

I thought that I’d share some of the key takeaways that I have taken away from a very important year in my life and my recent trip to Wonderfruit in Thailand.

Former Head of Singapore Tatler reveals his lessons about the super-rich. Part 2

Gilbert Cheah | December 23, 2018 close
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On today’s episode, hear the biggest lessons from one of Singapore’s purveyors of high society values. For over a decade he held the controls of the pages detailing the who’s who in the richest country in Southeast Asia, as leader of the high society magazine, Singapore Tatler.

Former Head of Singapore Tatler reveals his lessons about the super-rich. Part 1

Gilbert Cheah | December 23, 2018 close
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On today’s episode, hear the biggest lessons from one of Singapore’s purveyors of high society values. For over a decade he held the controls of the pages detailing the who’s who in the richest country in Southeast Asia, as leader of the high society magazine, Singapore Tatler.

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    01. Strange things happen when you take a year off
    Strange things happen when you take a year off

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    02. Has the startup sense of community eroded?
    Christopher Chong

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    03. GLOBAL HEAD QUITS CORPORATE JOB FOR STARTUP DREAM
    Damien from Peoplewave

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    04. HOW I RAISED $55M FOR SUSTAINABILITY STARTUP BY STANFORD MBA, EX-MCKINSEY
    Poyan from BBP

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    05. INSEAD MBA’S STARTUP CHANGES HOW WE ORDER FOOD
    Tim from Waittr

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    Strange things happen when you take a year off
    Chris Chong

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