Rachel Carr

Rachel Carr is an in-house writer for APAC Outlook Magazine, where she is responsible for interviewing corporate executives and crafting original features for the magazine, corporate brochures, and the digital platform.
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24 Business Articles

Vodafone PNG : A Network of Possibilities

As Vodafone PNG opens up the telecommunications market, we take a look at the company as it navigates a dynamic technological landscape.

Merino Wool : Woven with Sustainability

Australia's thriving wool industry is championing the benefits of the Merino sheep breed and its renewable wearability.

By Rachel Carr

Taco Medic : Food for the Mind, Body and Soul

New Zealand entrepreneurs Ant Wilkins and Robbie McGillivray co-founded food oasis Taco Medic; we speak to McGillivray as he explores the concept of gluten-free taquerias as community hubs where people can connect over fresh fare.

By Liam Pye Rachel Carr

PNG DataCo : Bridging the Communication Gap

As the world’s second largest island state, Papua New Guinea’s digital connection is growing under the guidance and determination of PNG DataCo Limited.

Tanglin Gin : The Spirit of Singapore

From jungle beginnings to spice plantations, and now Singapore’s first gin distillery, experience the taste of the Tanglin region with co-Founder Charlie van Eeden.

By Rachel Carr

Schur Star Systems Australia Pty Ltd : Future-Proof Packaging

Schur is one of the oldest family-run packaging companies in the world. We speak to CEO Paul Quinn to unpack the next chapter for the business.

By Nicholas Kernan Rachel Carr

Uri Studio : Weaving a Future for Women in Business

Charly Jacobs, the powerhouse behind handwoven basket bag company Uri Studio, is inspiring women in the retail industry with refined designs, a sustainable supply chain, and a female-led workforce.

By Rachel Carr

Ooredoo Maldives : The Hot Tropic of Telecoms

Telecommunications and digital services are how we stay in touch, and Ooredoo Maldives is connecting the islands with its high-speed services and IT infrastructure.  

By Rachel Carr Joshua Mann