Secrets Of Super-Productive Female Founders
29

Wednesday, 29 August

7 9 pm +08

Found.

#01-01, 128 Prinsep Street
Singapore
FREE!
Regular Ticket

In Partnership With:

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Secrets Of Super-Productive Female Founders

Doralin Kelly Photo


Design Ninja

Grace Clapham Photo


Co-founder, The Change School

Susannah Jaffer Photo


Founder, ZERRIN.com , CRIB MEMBER

Anne Cheng Photo


CEO, Start Up Nation, Business Network Director, Young Presidents Organisation; Partner, Vynn Capital

Rebekah Lin Photo


Singularity Alumni; Co-Founder of The Social Co., CMO, FundedHere; Board Member, *SCAPE SG;

29

Wednesday, 29 August

7 9 pm +08

Found.

#01-01, 128 Prinsep Street
Singapore
FREE!
Regular Ticket

In Partnership With:

 Found. Prinsep logo

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Event

Staying on top of everything while balancing your personal and professional life can be a real challenge. It’s no longer enough to focus simply on “time management”. We all need to think about how we manage our attention and focus, our projects and actions, our choices and habits. Join us to learn how you can become a more productive entrepreneur using technology and other tricks to help you work smarter, not harder.

At this event, you’ll hear from successful female founders on the strategies and resources they use to build effective habits and reach the goals they’ve set. We’ll also show you how to use these tools to help you succeed in your business, including managing projects, teams, and more.

Agenda:

  • Check-in & Networking 6:30 - 7:00 pm
  • Panel/Lighting Talks 7:00 - 7:45 pm
  • Q&A 7:45 - 8:15 pm
  • Networking 8:15 - 9:00 pm

Join us for a practical tips, insightful conversation, and good community. See you then!

Takeaways

  • The proven habits that will boost your productivity
  • Simple strategies to better manage your projects
  • How to set and actually achieve your goals
  • Prereqs & Preparation

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    About the Instructors

    Doralin Kelly Photo

    Design Ninja

    Doralin Kelly has an obsession with all things aesthetically beautiful and seamlessly functional. That obsession also extends to Star Wars, tech and nerdy goodness. Doralin has worked with awesome startups on everything from branding to UI/UX design for websites and mobile apps. Some of the notable brands she has worked with include DBS, CapitaLand, Kodak, Warner Brothers Studios.

    Grace Clapham Photo

    Co-founder,
    The Change School

    Grace Clapham is an award winning entrepreneur beating over 600 entrants worldwide in 2014 to win the 'Inspirational Leadership' Awards at the Talent Unleashed Awards judged by Sir Richard Branson and Steve Wozniak.

    A purpose driven individual, Grace considers herself a Global Citizen and a multi-hypenate who wears many hats. She has built strong communities across Southeast Asia, such as Secret {W} Business, CreativeMornings Singapore and SheSays Singapore. In 2009, she founded her first company Agent Grace, a boutique agency, where she helps companies navigate the Asia Pacific region. In 2013 she Co-Founded The Change School, a school to help people navigate through career change. Recently Grace started adding to her portfolio a coaching program for high achieving women who want to start a side hustle and move from corporate employer to a badass entrepreneurial boss.

    Grace is passionate about connecting people to themselves and the world around them in order to catalyse change and re-design their lives with meaning.

    Susannah Jaffer Photo

    Founder, ZERRIN.com ,
    CRIB MEMBER

    Susannah Jaffer is passionate about raising awareness of individuals and brands making the retail industry more responsible. She is the founder of ZERRIN.com, Asia's first multi-label e-commerce platform for conscious fashion and beauty brands. Through a curation of responsible retail, content and events, ZERRIN's goal is to enable, educate and empower women to #ShopMeaningfully, and to reignite a sense of connection to our purchases in an accessible, down to earth way.

    Previously, Susannah worked for five years in Singapore's media industry as a fashion, beauty editor and creative director, where she spent a large portion of her career interviewing thought leaders, entrepreneurs and designers. After waking up to the social and environmental impact of the fashion industry, she learnt to shop more mindfully and became empowered to share that experience with others, which is how the seed for her business was planted.

    In addition to ZERRIN, Susannah is also a writer, photographer and creative consultant, and is regularly called upon to speak about sustainability in the fashion industry and her journey to entrepreneurship. Originally from the UK, she moved to Singapore in 2012 after finishing university to start a new life in Asia.

    Anne Cheng Photo

    CEO, Start Up Nation,
    Business Network Director, Young Presidents Organisation; Partner, Vynn Capital

    Anne is a professional, specialising in executive strategy, operations management, talent development and building innovative cultures in organisations. With over ten years of experience in senior executive roles, Anne also mentors and invests into startups throughout the South East Asian region. Passionate in innovation, social enterprise and causes, Anne spends her time cultivating small businesses to build sustainable innovations that can impact humanity.

    Rebekah Lin Photo

    Singularity Alumni; Co-Founder of The Social Co.,
    CMO, FundedHere; Board Member, *SCAPE SG;

    Rebekah is Co-Founder of The Social Co., the team that initiated the 50 For 50 and Pledge It Forward movements in September 2014 and May 2017 respectively. Together, the team brought together more than 100 individuals, 90 corporations and more than 250 partners to raise awareness of and funds for more than 50 lesser-known charities in Singapore. In total, they’ve raised almost $5 million and heaps of awareness via their different initiatives. The Social Co. will be focusing on bridging the gap between youth and our senior generation for the next three years via dialogues, research and an innovation lab.

    In February 2018, Rebekah hosted and interviewed several practitioners and experts in the healthcare space in a documentary on the state of healthcare in Singapore, screened on Channel News Asia.

    Rebekah was on the committee of the Yellow Ribbon Fund from 2011-2015 and recently joined the Community Chest of Singapore as a main committee member. She has also been running her family foundation, Jia Foundation since 2013. She was selected to be a Leader of Tomorrow at the 2015 St. Gallen Symposium and was selected to be part of Generation T by Singapore Tatler and Prestige Magazine’s 40 under 40 in 2016. Rebekah was also recently selected as 1 of 18 Young Societal Leaders by the SMU Institute for Societal Leadership and Temasek Connects for the Singapore Summit.

    Her corporate experiences include stints with Ogilvy & Mather, Singapore Press Holdings, Tung Lok Group, Be An Idea and Tembusu Partners. In her day job, Rebekah works at FundedHere, an equity and debt crowdfunding platform.

    Rebekah graduated from Nanyang Technological University with an honours degree in Business Administration and has completed an MA in Creative Writing from Birkbeck College, University of London. She has also recently completed the Executive Education in Exponential Technologies from Singularity University.

    About Our Partners

    Found. Prinsep

    Found. is a network of innovation studios where ambitious entrepreneurs and corporates find coaching, expertise, and partners to create future-ready solutions.

    We are a community of over 2,500 members and alumni, and have supported more than 75 corporates in developing their innovation agendas. We also became Google for Entrepreneurs’ first Southeast Asian partner in 2017.

    Refund Policy

    We understand that, sometimes, plans change. If you can no longer make it to a class or workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given to cancellations made within a week of the class or workshop.

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