The Amarasuriyas might own one of the oldest family businesses – B. P. De Silva Holdings - in Singapore, but it has never been about prestige or profits for them.
Her love for nurturing fledgling businesses inspired Phuay Li Ying to spearhead the launch of the investment and entrepreneurial arm of Excelpoint.
How Gabriel, Rogerio and Carmen Calisto are building on the foundation their father Zak created.
The third generation scion of Ya Kun Kaya Toast is modernising the brand for the next generation.
How the CEO led the company to the forefront of fancy tech projects, such as a bak chor mee robot.
John Cheng, director of Cheng Yew Heng Candy Factory, imparts advice to fellow family business successors
The 37 year-old left his banking job to take over the 72-year-old company.
How Gani Atmadiredja of W Atelier went from selling toilet bowls to becoming a major player in the designer furniture business
They now have showrooms at Bukit Timah and Henderson Road, and further plans for expansion.
Surya Jhunjhnuwala, scion of Hind Group empire: “I keep telling my kids, remember to be humble, to keep your ego in check.”
Even as the privately-held group has assets approaching the S$1 billion mark, the 57-year-old MD of boutique hotel brand Naumi has his feet planted firmed on the ground.
The brothers might have started on vastly different trajectories, but have reunited to co-drive Singapore’s largest commercial vehicle and industrial equipment distribution and leasing company.