The entrepreneurs take us through their typical week, and tell us where we might find them outside of the office

With their eyes on the prize, Antonia Li and Ruth Chao founded Indicube, a dynamic creative agency whose clientele stretches from innovative self-starters to established corporate brands. When these young entrepreneurs aren’t glued to their desks, they are often seen at some of the hottest events around town. They tell us about some of their favourite things and take us through a typical week at Indicube:

Our favourite aspect of our location on On Wo Lane in Central has got to be the massive, lush tree right outside our office window. There’s something really serene about the neighbourhood with the niche stores, such as Homeless and WOAW,and quaint eateries such as Ronin and Ms. B’s Cakery on our doorstep.

Sometimes to escape, we grab coffee at Agnes B on Gough Street or at Hazel and Hershey on Peel Street.

When we’re not at our desks, we’re usually working out by the park near our office: some days its TRX, and others its yoga.

We usually pop out for lunch and grab a bite at these two ramen places near the office. Otherwise, our favourites are The Pawn and Sevva.

For after-work drinks we love The Envoy and Quinary. When we crave something a little stronger, it’s got to be the martinis at Lobster Bar in Island Shangri-La.

When we crave an escape, we think of places like Bhutan and Cambodia – tranquility is key.

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