Asia’s Inspiring Women ‘Brands for Good Winners

Kay Wong, Creative Director
Dream Nation Limited – Fashion Clinic

In this modern-day and age, there’s a lot that we can learn from inspiring women like the winners of Brands for Good 2021/22. Kay Wong, the Creative Director of Dream Nation Limited, is one such influential leader. Over the past 10 years, Dream Nation has sold to over 80 shops across the globe and dresses several celebrities like Juliette Binoche and Kesha. Under Kay’s influence, the company has also built sustainable collaborations with a range of brands including Urban Outfitters, Shangri-La, Peter Jensen, and the Old Curiosity Shop.

The next on our list is, Wong Sze Keed, CEO of AIA Singapore Pte Ltd is another Brands for Good 2021/22 winner. She strongly believes that people should be awarded based on their talents and merits, regardless of their gender or background.

Wong Sze Keed, CEO
AIA Singapore Pte. Ltd.

This line of thought, if applied by men as well, can go a long way in reducing discrimination, financial fraud, and other kinds of crimes in society. And, finally the woman behind Brands for Good, Esther Wee, discovers these wonderful and influential women, and rewards them to keep them encouraged in their motives.

We would like to invite your media to consider speaking with Esther, Wong and Kay, so that their inspiration can be spread among other men and women in Asia, in order to drive sustainable thought and innovation in society.

More about Brands For Good: Brands For Good 2021/2022 awards focuses on authentic ethical voices of companies who strive to do good and by embodying the principles of social responsibility in their businesses and operations.

Esther Wee, Brands for Good Co-Chair

Brands for Good companies are looked up to as exemplary businesses, having both a profitable business model as well as stewardship for making a difference for positive impact in the world.

Started in 2017, by 3 founding partners who sincerely believe in the ability of every company to do good for the society they operate in, Brands For Good has since grown into a well-recognized award for enterprises large and small with Maybank Singapore as the founding and main sponsor.

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