Me and My Money: Investing in what you know delivers for tech entrepreneur

Raphael Kan's business, Livingmenu, started four years ago with start-up capital of about $200,000. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
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SINGAPORE - Investing in what you know is a simple rule that tech entrepreneur Raphael Kan holds dear when approaching financial planning for his family and in running his businesses.

His strategy has led him to park money both in insurance and in his company, which helps to get hawker food and the top dishes from small eateries to consumers at low delivery costs.

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