Robb Report Singapore celebrates the launch of its 100th issue

Robb Report Singapore celebrates the launch of its 100th issue

Centennial special

Text: Jeway Tan

Hitting a milestone is always worthy of a celebration, and that's exactly what Robb Report Singapore has made sure of —  in the launch of its 100th issue. The March 2021 issue, titled 'Building Tomorrow', not only marks the momentous milestone, but also features a portfolio of extraordinary people and organisations whose ideas and inventions are making waves in Singapore and the rest of the world.

President of Media Publishares, Michael von Schlippe says: "It has been an incredibly inspiring journey since our launch in November 2012. Through the years, Robb Report has established itself as an indispensable resource for the ultra-affluent and has created a community of engaged readers, captivating them with clever and beautiful content, thought-provoking conversations and valuable insights into the world of luxury."

In line with the centennial issue, an experience into the digital world also awaits. Enter a dedicated microsite featuring three categories, People, Planet and Machines. People focuses on ideas being put into motion by visionaries and leaders, Planet embraces sustainability, while Machines delve into new innovations and technology, which together, play a vital role in building the future.

There's also a walk down memory lane (just in case you need a little refresher on how far the name has come), with a timeline to detail Robb Report Singapore's journey through its first to its hundredth issue, along with key highlights, past events, and congratulatory messages from friends of Robb Report Singapore like Emmanuel Stroobant, Michelin-starred chef and owner of Saint Pierre and Maximilian Büsser; Founder of MB&F.

You can snag this celebratory issue via its website as well as selected books stores such as Books Kinokuniya, MPH bookstores, Relay bookstores, Times Travel bookstores, selected Convivence stores and selected Popular and WH Smith bookstores.