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Expatpreneur Awards 2017: Why This Expat Runs Cooking Classes For Your Domestic Helper In Singapore

This month, we’re celebrating the successes of savvy expatriates and Singaporeans, as well as the setbacks they overcame, to make life better in Singapore in our Expatpreneur Awards 2017. 

Happy 10th anniversary, Expat Kitchen!

Some 10 years ago, Founder Annette Lang came up with the idea to teach expats and helpers, in particular, to cook family meals and plan weekly menus after she trained her own helper to do the same.

“My friends were envious,” says the Australian national. “That was the light bulb.”

Fast forward to today, these popular cooking and baking classes cater not only to domestic helpers, but also children, avid food lovers, and generally anyone interested in learning to cook.

Read more of Anette’s story below (and find out how we picked the awardees here)!

More on The Finder:
Expatpreneur Awards 2017: How This Trailing Expat Started A Successful Business On Her First Try
Expatpreneur Awards 2017: For This Singaporean Couple, Family Comes Before The Family Business

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