During the pandemic, as we try to keep safe, the number of deliveries skyrocketed and so did our plastic usage. Be that as it may, the number of businesses and individuals reducing their carbon footprint has increased. So many businesses have sprung up solely to manufacture alternatives to plastic.
On the other hand, our guest for today is aiming to reduce the globe’s plastic volume by turning these into eco-building materials. Joining us to discuss this impressive feat is Ovy Sabrina, the co-founder and chief operational officer of Rebricks Indonesia.
Setting the pace with Economist William Thomas
Marathon runner and director of The Economist Corporate Network in Southeast Asia William Thomas is thinking strategically about the future of the region’s cities
This will be Singapore’s largest business district outside the CBD
The Western Gateway to Singapore is shaping up with an exciting new opportunity for tourism players to take part in
Bright future awaits Indonesia as economy rebounds and consumer sentiment improves
The nation’s real estate market remains moribund following the pandemic. But strong housing demand and bright economic tidings offer grounds for optimism
Where Gen Z and millennials stand now on the property ladder
The buying ambitions of young property seekers around Southeast Asia are being stymied by a range of factors