Publishing a book may be a rewarding process, but there are several setbacks that publishers may face. Eight successful independent publishers share about difficulties they face during the publishing process, as well as their solutions to these challenges.
Epigram Books, Singapore’s largest independent trade publisher, outlines how it successfully markets and sells its books to international and local audiences. Founder Edmund Wee shares his thoughts about the publishing industry and Epigram’s plans for the near future.
Due to the advent of globalization, as well as significant technological advancements, Singapore’s technological sector needs to remain competitive.
In order to help us do so, the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) has created a Smart Nation vision, which outlines how advanced technology may be used to improve the lives of our citizens.
Singtel, which is one of Singapore’s largest mobile network operators, established a new brand identity in 2015 to facilitate its transition into multimedia and ICT services. With its previous strategy in mind, Media Context explores new angles for Singtel's future rebranding initiatives.
The Singapore Indian Model Agency (SIMA), which helms the SIMA TV channel and the SIMA magazine line, empowers local Indian models to pursue their aspirations. SIMA’s impressive online portfolio, along with their annual showcases, allows fashion practitioners to promote themselves within local and international industries.
Are you interested in mighty heroes, dangerous beasts, and a powerful treasure? If so, you may want to embark on a journey with the Gate Seekers – four children who are sent on an impossible quest.
In this article, we'll guide you behind the scenes on this epic adventure, and we’ll show you how this animated project was produced.
SkillsFuture benefits employees, media firms, the general economy, and ultimately increases Singapore’s national productivity. In order to remain effective, SkillsFuture must be conscientiously monitored, and regularly upgraded.
There is increasing interest in the establishment and expansion of international digital service providers.
With reference to Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu, several studies have documented digital service providers’ expansion strategies, as well as the benefits and challenges of their entry into South-East Asia.
Recently, Netflix announced that it intends to launch streaming services in 200 countries by the end of 2016. As of September 2nd 2015, Netflix has established itself in Japan. It plans to expand into South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore in early 2016.
This article highlights the favorable market conditions in these target countries, as well as the challenges that may negate its growth.
“Conversations: Creating New Realities, Animation Now and Next” provided its attendees with valuable insights into the animation industry. It was held at the ArtScience Museum, and was held in conjunction with the DreamWorks Exhibition.
Curated by Michael Lim, and chaired by Chris Shaw, this symposium introduced key concepts about the history of the animation industry, its current state, and about future trends.