The Simple Sum started in Singapore with a mission to empower young adults to successfully manage their personal finances. We do this through the tongue-in-cheek approach paired with practical tips we take with our articles, comics, podcast and videos.
We are now present in 5 countries: Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Philippines and Indonesia. And we’re just getting started!
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The Simple Sum has helped numerous brands connect with our audience. We have an in-house creative & content team that works together with brands to create a uniquely catered and highly engaging experience. If you’re interested to find out more send an email to [email protected] and we’ll get back to you asap!
And, if you have a great idea for content, a burning question, or just want to say ‘Hi!’ you can send an email to [email protected].
Meet The Team
Senior Account Executive
Alyssa has only invested in herself thus far and is getting better with personal finances every day, with the help of The Simple Sum.
In her former life, Cherry managed funds for people. She’s now using that knowledge to help young people to manage their funds better in a fun manner.
Kailun wishes she knew more about personal finance when she was younger. That’s why she’s working at The Simple Sum now.
Content Lead (Malaysia)
The best piece of financial advice Sim received when she was young was one plus one equals two and to make payments when they’re due.
Head of Learning and Partnerships
Nicole is a financial minimalist and an investment returns maximalist. She also believes that everyone has the ability to earn $100k by 30.
Priscilla has been getting her financial self together since 2019. But she is still trying to recover financially from Black Friday 2020.
Graphic Artist (Brunei)
The best part of the job for Sophie is that she helps others understand complicated financial topics.
Media Sales Representative
Tracy tries to be financially prudent by hacking that promo codes and vouchers before she checks out.
Senior Graphic Artist (Singapore)
Wai Kaye (also known as Kaya in these parts) is living proof that you don’t need to know math to teach people how to budget.