At our January Hubbers Speed Dating event, we invited Richard Biggs https://sg.linkedin.com/in/rbiggs2012 from Blippar. Anne-Laure is now Hub Singapore's Community and Space Manager.With his experience as a Senior Recruitment consultant as well as leading the successful expansion of the Blippar team and operations, Richard has been sharing his tips and tricks with other Hubbers who were attending. She is passionate about people and how their abilities can create better #business #technology #society in Singapore and the region.• Musicians/Artists regularly get groupies after all their shows. And to every dude dreaming of becoming a rock star just for the chicks, I may have just shattered your hopes and dreams.Sorry (but not sorry), the truth is you’ll never make it on that motivation alone.It’s impossible to go the other way around, because it would be too much to handle in any moment.Work your way through and then you can start opening up.” 2.I’ll be writing this article based on my personal experience as a single male musician.
Before the intern arrives on day 1, establish the objective of the internship together, so that there are no surprises on either end.Born in Slovenia, trained in Venice, with studios in New York and Ljubljana, if he were to turn into a superhero we might well call him Mr.Frieze, after his Atlantic-spanning tandem of appearances this year at Frieze New York in May and now, October 8, at Frieze London.As we started dating, I naturally inquired about his musical past.He had been the lead singer of the Dismemberment Plan, but they had broken up in 2003 and hadn’t played a show together since 2007.But whether you’re a male or female in the music industry, there are various complexities that can make romance extremely challenging. • Musicians/Artists get panties (or bras, or boxer shorts) thrown at them.