Discover Local Shops, Local Brands

Natalie Koh

Travelshopa cover

Most people know that I write for the Business Times (BT), Singapore but every so often I write for some other people as well. And I always find that there’s something new to learn for each and every project.

As exciting and humbling as writing for BT is, working on something completely new and seeing it come into fruition can be incredibly exhilarating and – dare I say it – fulfilling.

Over the past few weeks I’ve been helping a client out with this new site launch, Travelshopa.

Basically it fills this massive gap in the market that has been around since forever – a directory of Singaporean designers.

Heaven only knows the number of Singaporean designers out there who have been working hard at their crafts and passion only to see it crash and burn – not because there isn’t enough support out there (I don’t see why…

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Discover Local Shops, Local Brands

Natalie Koh

Travelshopa cover

Most people know that I write for the Business Times (BT), Singapore but every so often I write for some other people as well. And I always find that there’s something new to learn for each and every project.

As exciting and humbling as writing for BT is, working on something completely new and seeing it come into fruition can be incredibly exhilarating and – dare I say it – fulfilling.

Over the past few weeks I’ve been helping a client out with this new site launch, Travelshopa.

Basically it fills this massive gap in the market that has been around since forever – a directory of Singaporean designers.

Heaven only knows the number of Singaporean designers out there who have been working hard at their crafts and passion only to see it crash and burn – not because there isn’t enough support out there (I don’t see why…

View original post 227 more words

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