Up to Speed with UBS delivers smart business briefings on the ideas and trends shaping Asia’s future. A weekly podcast featuring guest experts from Gen.T’s community of young leaders.
Arthur Law, co-founder of Vectr Ventures, discusses why you shouldn't become a founder for the Lamborghini and qualities he looks for in deals.
Dee Dee Chan, CIO at Park Lane Capital Holdings and director of Seal of Love Charitable Foundation, discusses a new model of philanthropy and leveraging technology to get more people giving.
Juliette Gimenez, co-founder of fashion e-commerce platform Goxip and influencer agency RewardSnap, explains why influencers are becoming more like entrepreneurs.
Francesca Chan, a director from the Family Office at UBS, talk about how family businesses can ensure their legacy and how to nurture your future successor without causing a family rift.
Jerry Haha, director of Artificial Dust, talks about how Gen Z can detect inauthenticity a mile off and why you should consider employing your community.
Eva Lee at UBS Global Wealth Management discusses the revival of SPACs and where you’re most likely to find the next Tesla.
Max Song of climate tech company Carbonbase talks about incentivising climate action with “preserve-to-earn” NFTs and creating a green metaverse.
Wellness entrepreneur Candice Chan talks about the next billion-dollar supplement, how we can counteract the 996 lifestyle and why healthspan is the new lifespan.
Kelvin Lei, co-founder and CEO of Aqumon, talks about building a unicorn startup, wealth management trends and the importance of self-belief.
Green Queen's Sonalie Figueiras talks about Asia's booming alternative protein market and the untapped alternative seafood opportunity.
Co-founder and CEO of OliveX and creator of the DOSE token Keith Rumjahn talks about the metaverse’s tipping point and how to exercise for rewards (not just sweat).
Sustainable fashion innovator Walden Lam talks about what will drive fashion’s biggest sustainability successes and why marketing dollars in sustainable fashion are spent on the wrong things.