Cynthia Siantar, Co-Founder of Call Levels, a real-time financial monitoring and notification service, believes in working and playing hard.
Cynthia Siantar, Co-Founder of Call Levels, a real-time financial monitoring and notification service, believes in working and playing hard. Proof of the latter? She enjoys partying, has modeled for a friend’s swimwear line and is proud of it. Afterall, “it’s her life”.
I'm smarter than I look. It’s definitely not said by me, but I would very much like to agree. It’s a compliment either way.
Still waiting for that moment to pop the champagne, but so far I’ve been pretty pleased with getting our first institutional investor (500 startups) and getting nominated for London's Appster Awards Best Fintech App despite having no physical presence outside Singapore.
I do enjoy partying. Nothing to hide about, I just don't really talk about it.
I once modeled for a good friend's swimwear line (http://www.kblu.com/blogs/journal/56045060-women-we-know-13-cynthia) and was quite proud of it!
All the time – especially when I watch sappy movies. Crappiest moment would be the day we decided that *this is it* for our previous tech startup, but instead of giving up or killing someone, we pivoted and Call Levels is the result.
Preparing for meetings in London. Am up early nowadays cos I'm still rather jetlagged...
I sign up for Groupon fitness deals!
Don't be afraid of competition or sharing your ideas with other people. Most startup fail because of suicide rather than murder.
It’s my life
The best startups almost have to start as side projects, because great ideas tend to be such outliers that your conscious mind would reject them as ideas for companies – Paul Graham
Still doing what she believes in with the support of those closest to her.
Published Date: 24 Nov 2015