Me & My Money: Investing in people is blockchain services firm CEO's winning strategy

OIO Singapore chief executive Rudy Lim says money is a way of keeping score when it comes to work. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
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SINGAPORE - Making a point to always carve out time and money to invest in good people will bring benefits that cannot be measured in just dollars and cents, says fintech executive Rudy Lim.

Mr Lim, chief executive of blockchain services company OIO Singapore, notes that while it is important to spend within your means and save for a rainy day, devoting resources to developing human relationships is a winning strategy.

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