It’s hard enough to feel like you belong, let alone build a professional support network in a new country for a well integrated work and life harmony. While Singapore has its own unique challenges, other women leaders across APAC – in #Taipei, #Tokyo, and #HongKong, have also expressed the shared struggle and yearning to build meaningful connections with each other, and beyond borders.
At CAREhER, we truly believe through strong support networks, women are able to access more ideas, resources, role models and opportunities. Join our quarterly networking salon talks in the Garden City to build your own support net with like-minded women leaders!
What a wonderful afternoon we spent with our ladies at Mandala Club (The Mandala Group) in Singapore!
Lively chatter filled up the room instantly as we opened up with CAREhER’s signature icebreaker - the 3-hashtag introduction. We loved seeing the commonalities and diversity among our crowd, from #WomeninTech, #sustainability, and female-founded businesses to those working in foreign countries. We couldn’t have been more excited to welcome all the ladies who joined us from the various cities across APAC.
The conversations continued as we moved into our signature #networking session, topics around self love, travels, career, entrepreneurship, motherhood, and even discussions about Taiwan-Singapore potential collaborations were overheard - in a mixture of Singlish, English and Mandarin no less!
Last weekend, we had opened our chapter in Singapore with our first luncheon on January 23rd - led by our co-founder Yee Ling Chang and guest speaker Gina Chiang - about embracing career transitions, life changes, and adjusting our mindsets.
We had a wonderful run in 2020 despite all the challenges, building a strong foundation for CAREhER in Taiwan with 10 events to create meaningful connections among over 600 women leaders & women in business.
Now, we are opening our chapter in Singapore with our first luncheon on January 23rd - led by our co-founder Yee Ling Chang and guest speaker Gina Chiang. Let‘s make meaningful connections and grow.