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  2. 2. The only global creative network for women. SheSays works to help women further their careers in creative industries through events, conferences, meetups & mentoring. > Singapore chapter <
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  4. 4. Thank You
  5. 5. Lizi Hamer, Storyteller at SapientNitro. London | USA | Australia | Singapore Meera Navaratnam, PR Guru at Grayling Asia. Wonderful thinker, brilliant mind.
  6. 6. Grace Clapham, Change Entrepreneur, Connector and Eco-System Builder. Connecting the dots. Cam Schu, Ecommerce Guru and Founding Team Member at online store
  7. 7. SheSays Singapore Hello Audrey Kuah, CEO of Aegis Media Singapore. Culture: Startup vs Corporate Q&A SheSays Singapore Networking
  8. 8. Asia Pacific Since 1998 Start Restart
  10. 10. No clear line about what’s a start up culture and what’s corporate.
  11. 11. the ideas, customs, and social behaviour of a particular people or society a unit of people that is structured and managed to meet a need or to pursue collective goals
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  13. 13. Audrey Kuah CEO of Aegis Media Singapore. Q&A
  14. 14. June Event – Audrey Kuah Enabling Success
  15. 15. Networking tip #711 The goal of networking should be to help other people. Yes, it would be nice if they helped you out as well, but networking is a two–way street. And your side of the street is all about helping others, not asking them to help you. Asking for favors should only become a possibility once you have learned more about the person and provided some value to them. It’s far more important to understand their needs before you tell them about your needs.
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Editor's Notes

  • It’s important, she added, to find an employer that shares one views, so that “my values do not conflict with what I am trying to do.”
    Ms. Pernille Spiers-Lopez, President, IKEA North America
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