Desmond Lim // Ep 11 // From Hourly Worker to Harvard Graduate

Welcome to Episode 11 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Desmond Lim on this week's episode.

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Desmond Lim is CEO and co-founder of Workstream an interactive hiring platform for restaurants, groceries, retail and hospitality firms, healthcare companies and more. Both of Desmond’s parents are hourly workers, and Desmond is the first to go to college and come to America where he attended MIT and Harvard. Desmond was formerly an investor at Dorm Room Fund, Product Manager at WeChat, Infantry Officer with Singapore Armed Forces, and represented his country in basketball in the South East Asian Games (Hanoi) as starting point guard. He is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, has lived in Boston, London, Singapore and Seoul, and has traveled to over 60 countries.

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