In the fast-paced realm of digital marketing, where algorithms evolve and trends change at the blink of an eye, Lawrence Lee’s journey with RedCypress Digital stands out as a testament to resilience, passion, and unwavering determination.
Growing up, Lawrence faced his fair share of challenges. Rejection and bullying were constant companions, casting a shadow of doubt over his abilities and worth. But amidst the adversity, Lawrence clung onto his passion for IT and marketing like a lifeline, determined to carve his own path despite the odds stacked against him.
Armed with an MBA and an insatiable thirst for knowledge, Lawrence embarked on a journey of self-discovery, investing six figures in courses that would ultimately shape his future. Along the way, he learned to discern between opportunities that were mere money-making schemes and those that offered genuine growth and development.
It was during his tenure as a real estate professional that Lawrence stumbled upon his true calling. Tasked with generating online leads, he delved deep into the intricacies of digital marketing, uncovering its immense potential to transform businesses and brands.
Driven by a burning desire to make a difference, Lawrence founded RedCypress Digital with a clear mission in mind – to revolutionize the way SME owners approach branding and digital presence. Unlike traditional agencies focused solely on sales, RedCypress Digital prioritizes understanding the unique needs and aspirations of each client, crafting bespoke strategies that resonate on a deeper level.
As RedCypress Digital flourished, Lawrence’s vision expanded beyond Singapore. With a strategic eye on Southeast Asia, Lawrence successfully expanded his business, bringing his transformative approach to digital marketing to new markets and clientele.
For Lawrence and his dedicated team, success isn’t just about metrics and numbers; it’s about empowering SME owners to elevate their brands and amplify their voices on a global scale. Through innovative digital solutions and a commitment to authentic connection, RedCypress Digital is rewriting the narrative of what it means to thrive in the digital age.
In a world where conformity often reigns supreme, Lawrence and RedCypress Digital stand as beacons of hope, inspiring entrepreneurs and business owners to embrace their uniqueness and forge their own paths to success.
Nestled in the heart of Singapore, Bishan is a suburb that effortlessly marries urban convenience with natural serenity. This serene location is revealed as dawn breaks, revealing a haven where a harmonious way of life thrives. Beyond its real estate portfolio, Bishan Clinic is distinguished by its dedication to fostering a healthy and supportive community.
Because it provides a peaceful haven for people looking to get away from the bustle of the city, Bishan has a certain allure amidst this busy landscape. Professionals, especially women in the medical industry, find this suburb to be welcoming because of its harmonious combination of contemporary conveniences and green areas; it’s the ideal setting for a female doctor in Bishan.
Being committed to overall health, which includes skincare, is what makes Bishan appealing beyond the medical industry. A sanctuary for those who value individualised care, residents can find excellent Bishan skincare services that are tailored to each individual’s needs amidst the tranquil landscapes. The skincare products available in Bishan combine science and art to leave residents feeling renewed and revitalised.
It becomes clear as we investigate Bishan’s centre that this area is more than just a residential neighbourhood. Lush greenery, parks, and a community fostering a harmonious work-life balance create a natural and neutral ambiance that defines the essence of Bishan.
For those seeking a refuge from the hustle and bustle without the overt promotion of services, Bishan stands as a testament to a community-oriented lifestyle. Whether you’re a professional looking for a peaceful home or someone who values the calming effects of nature, Bishan beckons as a tranquil oasis in the heart of the city. Embrace the serenity of Bishan, where the pace slows, and nature and modern living coalesce in perfect harmony.
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Imagine a fluid online expedition where users effortlessly peruse property listings, immersing themselves in the unique attributes of each space. This is where the prowess of web design services in Singapore comes into play, seamlessly melding functionality with aesthetics to construct a user-friendly interface. Much like a meticulously designed property captivates its visitors, a thoughtfully crafted website grabs the online audience’s attention.
In the domain of real estate, the initial impression carries substantial weight. A website functions as the digital facade, and its design acts as the prelude to the visitor’s online exploration. From intuitive navigation to visually engaging layouts, each component plays a role in cultivating a positive user experience. Web design services in Singapore specialize in fabricating websites that not only showcase properties effectively but also enhance the overall brand identity.
Unquestionably, property and web design work well together, forming a mutually beneficial relationship that appeals to the target market. As enthusiasts deeply immersed in both the real estate and digital realms, we genuinely appreciate the artistic finesse involved in curating a captivating online presence.
Fundamentally, the importance of web design services in Singapore extends beyond the digital domain, seamlessly intertwining with the fabric of the real estate narrative. Much like a well-designed physical space enriches the living experience, a meticulously crafted website elevates the online journey, showcasing the intertwined nature of the digital and physical worlds we navigate adeptly.
The deal gives Shein about a third of SPARC Group. It also helps Forever 21 reach more people by putting the brand on Shein’s online platform, which has about 150 million users. Shein, which was started in China and is based in Singapore, will also be able to sell its clothes in Forever 21 stores across the United States.
Under the terms of the deal, SPARC Group would also get a small part of Shein. The company didn’t say what the deal was about.
The relationship between Forever 21 and Shein comes after shoe brand Skechers joined Shein’s marketplace in June. The marketplace lets buyers buy items from third-party sellers on Shein’s website. Shein opened a market in the U.S. in May, a month after it did the same thing in Brazil.
Liza Amlani, who started the consulting firm Retail Strategy Group, said that Shein is a great target for business partners who want more eyes on their brands, even though the company gets criticized on social, environmental, and political grounds.
Amlani said that Shein’s deal with Forever 21 will help it reach customers outside of its core ultra-fast fashion, mostly Gen Z, market. “A stake in SPARC would give Shein a chance to learn about retailing and get ideas for how to start a physical footprint,” she said.
A company official said that Shein has no plans to open real stores in the U.S. or other places right now.
Pop-up shops in the US and other places are still being used by the company to sell its brand.
The deal with Forever 21 will also let the fast-fashion store try out in-person experiences like “shop-in-shops” and let customers return items in real stores. When customers return more than one package from the same sale, Shein takes $7.99 out of their refunds to pay for shipping.
Reporting was done by Savyata Mishra, Deborah Sophia, and Arriana McLymore in Bengaluru, and by Shilpi Majumdar and Tomasz Janowski in New York.
The Elanor Commercial Property Fund said that Mr. Ian Mackie who recently join propnex will become an Independent Non-Executive Director of the Elanor Commercial Property Agent Mentoring for Fund and the Elanor Investors Group on August 25, 2023. Paul Bedbrook, who is the Chair of Elanor Investors Group and an Independent Non-Executive Director, has told the Board of Directors that he plans to leave his RES Course blank at the end of December 2023. The Board has chosen Mr. Ian Mackie to be the Chair-designate. He will work with Mr. Bedbrook and the Board over the next few months to make sure the change goes smoothly.
Mr. Mackie has worked in Asia Pacific for more than 40 years as an investor in real estate and manager of funds. From January 2000 to December 2018, he was the International Director and Asia Pacific Head of Strategic Partnerships at LaSalle Investment Management Asia. From 2006 to 2008, Mr. Mackie was also on LaSalle’s Asia Pacific Investment Committee and its Global Investment Strategy Committee.
In the late 1990s, he led LaSalle Investment Management’s Asia Pacific development strategy and managed local employees as Asia private equity fund president. December 2018 marked his LaSalle Investment Management retirement. The Singapore Stock Exchange-listed Keppel REIT Management Limited (KRML) manager, Mr. Mackie, is a Lead Independent Director.
He chairs KRML’s Nomination and Remuneration Committee and serves on its ESG Committee. He is on the Keppel MMP Indonesian Logistics Fund Investment Committee. From June 2019 until June 2022, Mr. Mackie chaired ULI Australia and sat on the ULI Asia Pacific board.
He is still a ULI Global Governing Trustee and a member of the Australian National Council. Mr. Mackie is also the founder and director of a charity called the “Sharing With Friends” Foundation, which is run by the Older Women Co-Housing Association Qld Ltd. Mr. Mackie has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Law from the University of Canberra and an Associate Diploma in Valuation from the University of Technology in Sydney.
He is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Singapore Institute of Directors, and he has been a director of controlled companies in Singapore, South Korea, and Japan.
Sunway Bhd’s net profit dropped by 7.2% in the second quarter ended June 30, 2023 (2QFY2023), from RM161.49 million the year before to RM149.93 million. This was because less money came in from property investments on various condos like Tembusu Grand, and other running income of Tembusu Grand Developer, which more than made up for the fact that revenue went up.
The group said that because of how Malaysian Financial Reporting Standards (MFRS) 15 handles accounts, the development profit from two of the group’s Singapore property development projects that are still going on will not be seen until the projects are finished and handed over.
So, the group said in a statement to Bursa Malaysia that the collected progressive profit from these projects as of the end of 2QFY2023, which was RM131.1 million and included RM9.5 million for the quarter, was not recorded.
Sunway’s sales went up by 14.7%, from RM1.28 billion to RM1.47 billion in 2QFY2023. This was because most of its business areas did better.
For the first half of FY2023, the group announced a first interim dividend of 2 sen per share and a preferred dividend of 5.25% (based on the issue price of RM1.00) per irredeemable converted preference share.
For the six months that finished on June 30, the net profit went down by 2%, from RM298 million to RM291.57 million. However, sales went up by over 14%, from RM2.39 billion to RM2.73 billion.
In a release, Sunway Group president Tan Sri Chew Chee Kin said, “The healthcare segment will continue to be one of the group’s main growth drivers as the three existing hospitals continue to show strong growth.” It will make more money in the future because several new hospitals will open in the next few years.
Chew thinks that the group’s leisure, hotel, and healthcare areas will do better in the second half of this year because there will be more people coming from other countries for medical and vacation travel.
He said that Sunway is looking forward to the Rapid Transit System train link between Johor and Singapore being finished in 2026 and to the possible creation of the Johor-Singapore Special Economic Zone, which will make it much easier for people and things to move back and forth across the border.
More than 70% of the units in the new Bidadari Housing and Development Board (HDB) development are constructed, putting it on schedule for completion.
On Sunday, May 21st, HDB announced that 6,418 of the 8,872 apartments in the estate had been delivered, with the remaining 2,454 on schedule to be finished by 2025. On the other hand, on May 30th, some 5,500 apartments will be introduced across five developments on the island.
The estate’s twelve Build-To-Order (BTO) complexes are spread over four neighborhoods.