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Places I’ve worked in (and had a desk)

Walked past the old office in Chinatown yesterday and realised that over the years, I’ve had a desk in various parts of Singapore and tried to recall where they were. The list so far in chronological order

  • American Express – The Concourse, Beach Road
  • RBR Networks – KA Centre, 150 Kampong Ampat
  • JuzPC – Kallang Place and Circular Road
  • EdLabs – Chinatown (South Bridge Road)
  • Societe Generale – 80 Robinson Road
  • Asis-T Solutions – Choa Chu Kang and Ang Mo Kio
  • Cornet Technologies – Purvis Street and Chinatown (New Bridge Road)
  • VISA – Caltex (Chevron) House, 30 Raffles Place (Highlight was the Aeron chair!)
  • IConnectE – Circular Road
  • SPH – 1000 Toa Payoh North News Centre
  • iProperty – United Square, Singapore and The Boulevard, Mid Valley City, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • bellabox Singapore – 26A Temple Street
  • bellabox Australia – Level 1, 289 Flinders Lane Melbourne VIC & Unit 6, 83-87 Dover Street Cremorne VIC

Other places which I’ve had to frequent (almost felt like second office at one point!)

  • KC Dat – Lok Yang Way
  • Nippon Express – Alps Avenue and Toh Guan Road East

Offices I’ve visited and really liked the view/environment

  • NTUC and Microsoft – One Marina Boulevard (had the pleasure of being there when building was being built)
  • Google – Temasek Tower, 8 Shenton Way
  • Pivotal Labs Singapore – Tras Street

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4 thoughts on “Places I’ve worked in (and had a desk)

  1. michael says:

    Hey Nils! Good to hear from you. I went by our old office recently, the area is now more like a street of steamboat restaurants!

  2. Ho, S’pore is still the fastest changing city on the planet I think.
    Is there at least the coffee shop where KC bought his wake up coffee every morning? And what about the vegetarian in the hawker center? Still there?

  3. michael says:

    Was pretty late when I passed by but i think the coffee shop is still around. Just a whole new row of steamboat shops opened up now. That make-shift hawker center is now back to its original location.

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