Learn about what culture and innovation mean to the luminaries in the cities they reside in
On the 26th January, I had the pleasure of hosting a ‘virtual/physical’ fireside chat with luminaries that included H.E Kara Owen, British High Commissioner to Singapore; Lim Teck Yin, CEO of Sport Singapore; Dr Kayla Friedman, Course director of the IDBE programme at Cambridge University; and Stephen Pimbley, Award-winning architect and founder of Spark architects.
In the same vein as my web series ‘Inside the creative mind’, we discussed what culture and innovation mean to them in the context of the cities in which they live. Happy viewing!
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