New eight-part series, sponsored by Bank of Singapore, airs every Monday at 8:40am and 11:50am (SIN/HK)
Singapore, 22 April, 2013 – CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, broadcasted the first of an eight-part special of short interviews on 'entrepreneurs' today Monday, 22 April at 8:40am and 11:50am (SIN/HK). The Entrepreneur Asia series, sponsored by Bank of Singapore, airs on CNBC's Squawk Box Asia and Cash Flow programmes every Monday.
Over eight weeks, CNBC will profile eight successful entrepreneurs who have contributed to and shaped Asia's economy. Interviewees will discuss their winning idea, their strategy, lessons learnt, and the challenges they faced as they built and grew their businesses.
Junji Sumitani, VP of Advertising Sales at CNBC Asia Pacific said, "We are excited to be working with Bank of Singapore for this series. Our viewers include CEOs, business leaders and private investors who are always looking for new and innovative ways to successfully build their businesses. The entrepreneurs featured in this series achieved success by implementing original business ideas that stood the test of time."
Entrepreneur Asia airs across CNBC's network in Asia Pacific. It's supported by 30 second promos running on CNBC Asia Pacific and a special report on the series is featured on CNBC.com. It is also complemented by a series of vignettes featuring Bank of Singapore senior executives and their thoughts on topics such as family wealth planning and discretionary portfolio management, which airs across Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa.
The first episode of the series featured Ip Yiu Tun, CEO of Crystal Jade Culinary Concepts Holdings. The online special report on the series can be viewed at www.entrepreneurasia.cnbc.com
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