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A gath­er­ing of Sin­ga­pore­ans who have a head for suc­cess and a heart for community.

From busi­ness lead­ers and pol­i­cy­mak­ers pea­cock­ing in pin­stripes, to con­sul­tants and creatives brain­storm­ing in T-shirts, The Esky Club ex­ists to chal­lenge and break down medi­ocrity (and that car­cino­genic no­tion of ‘good enough’) in or­der to stir up and in­sti­gate pur­pose-driven action on so­cial is­sues—both at home and abroad.

It’s iron sharp­ens iron kind of stuff. Sure, there might be cuts and bruises (to your ego), but they will be soothed with gen­er­ous lash­ings of whisky, thought-pro­vok­ing de­bates and soul-building con­ver­sa­tion on mat­ters that, well, mat­ter.

Want to join? You need an in­vite. Best way to se­cure an in­vi­ta­tion? You do you, and the rest will fol­low.

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