Do entrepreneurs see the world differently? Where are the opportunities for entrepreneurs if we survey supply-chain disruptions today? Professor Inderjit Singh is best known as a former PAP Member of Parliament, but is also a serial entrepreneur. Now 62, he has founded 6 companies - among them a unicorn that grew to a valuation of US$2 billion in three years. His new 500-page book arose despite him having no plans to write one and is a distillation of his lived experience.
In this interview, he shares with Michelle Martin his thoughts on spotting opportunities, fundraising, leveraging social capital and potential bright spots for future home-grown MNC's that he thinks exist today.