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KAZE on The Straits Times: Never too old to change the world
26/03/2020
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  1. The Straits Times
  You are never too old to change the world. At age 53, our Project Manager Joseph took the plunge to switch industries by joining Robotics Automation Centre of Excellence (RACE) Academy Attach-and-Train (AnT) Programme for Robotics and Automation and has never looked back since. In the article, he shared his experience being retrenched not once, but twice, and didn't allow himself to give up. He continually reinvent and upgrade himself and is now enabling Industry 4.0 with KAZE Robotics solutions. He's started a new career in robotics at the age of 53. Age is just a number! Such an inspiration to us all! Read more of his story in the link above.
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Upcoming Events
08/03/2020
Catch us at the following events that KAZE will be participating. Do drop down to view our technology in action and learn how to move your business smarter. We are still planning for 2020. In the meantime, check out our recent events - METALEX 2019 and Home Team Festival 2019. If you are interested for a demonstration and further explanation, do drop us an email at [email protected] See you there. Updated as of: 8 March 2020
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KAZE on Channel 8 News
05/03/2020
As featured on:
  1. Channel 8 News (3rd March 2020)
  2. Channel 8 Hello Singapore (4th March 2020)
 

 

We were on Mediacorp Channel 8 for two consecutive days as CEO Derrick and our Project Manager Joseph Yap were interviewed regarding the new schemes to boost the employment prospects of mid-career workers. Joseph shared his experience undergoing Robotics Automation Centre of Excellence (RACE) Academy Attach-and-Train Programme for R&A. He has added a wealth of experience to the team as we aim to enable Industry 4.0 with our Autonomous Mobile Robots.  Our CEO Derrick Yap added to the discussion with Minister Josephine Teo on the new schemes to boost the employment prospects of mid-career Singaporean workers in their 40s and 50s. Derrick emphasised on making the best out of the current economic climate to regroup, upskill and upgrade employees so as to hit the ground running and capturing the opportunity when it arises.  Watch the videos above for more.
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