Crafting a legacy has helped entrepreneurs to map out the course of their journey, shape the direction of their ventures, and give those around them a clear indication of the way forward. In this series of live stream webinars, three leading entrepreneurs, Angjolie Mei, Ismail Gafoor, and Dr. Elaine Kim, will share their personal view of legacy, and how it has helped them in creating highly innovative and successful businesses.
Saving the family business from closure has provided Angjolie Mei with insights that inspired the change in her career trajectory. She subsequently left her job in finance to start The Life Celebrant, a game-changer in the highly traditional undertaking business. Tapping on technology and culture, Angjolie has successfully turned the once taboo subject of funerals to one that is thoughtfully discussed and planned for.
Empowering people, instilling trust and treating everyone with respect comprise Ismail Gafoor’s legacy. With these, he has not only built PropNex, Singapore’s largest real estate agency, but also a formidable team that he has equipped with the mindset and skills to support and continue his work. In the highly competitive property industry, PropNex is highly regarded for its record-breaking deals as well as for the value and professionalism that their agents bring to every transaction.
Motherhood has opened Dr. Elaine Kim’s eyes to a new set of challenges. While continuing her medical practice in palliative care, she decided, together with her partners, to establish Trehaus, a Silicon Valley-inspired preschool and childcare that involves the entire family with its programs and facilities. Trehaus has since become the gold standard in early education, preparing young students for the demands and challenges of a globalized world.