Fresh graduate pursues entrepreneurship dreams amid Covid-19 downturn

SINGAPORE – A one-year stint in Stockholm where he worked for medical technology firm Meloq and was exposed to budding entrepreneurs inspired Mr Yap Jun Yi to strike it out on his own – a decision which he says was made easier, given the coronavirus pandemic.

The 25-year-old is one of the five co-founders of personal finance company Taby Technologies, and the only one working full-time at the start-up.

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