VARIOUS HISTORICAL periods have been defined by the materials people used, such as the “Iron Age” and “Stone Age.” The present day “Digital Age” is going to see the primacy of new “energy metals,” which will become the building blocks of disruptive technologies that will change the way people drive and power their buildings. This new age will result in higher dependence on renewables and breaking away from traditional infrastructure networks.
Growing up on a farm in Malaysia, Tung Kum Hon dreamed of becoming an architect.
"When I was young, I was fascinated by how things were created and constructed," said the Chief Executive Officer of SGX-listed Indonesian coal mining group Geo Energy Resources Ltd.
"I eventually became an accountant, not an architect, but my passion is still in designing and building things. Although I don't create physical structures, I lead companies and build them into major multinational corporations that impact lives and livelihoods."
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Construction industry veteran David Low believes the future revolves around crazy ideas - bold, off-the-wall concepts that can help businesses make a quantum leap forward and remain relevant in a changing world.
With this in mind, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Singapore-based Futuristic Store Fixtures Pte Ltd aims to hire more millennials, a generation with a penchant for the wacky and unconventional.