Black Dot Research is part of the Black Dot Communications Group based in Singapore. We are a market and social research agency specialising in understanding and analysing the views and opinions of Singaporeans.

Our agile and robust research methods uncover insights that matter the most to the local landscape.


Nicholas Fang

Managing Director

Nicholas has more than 15 years of experience in the media industry. He was a senior correspondent at the Straits Times for nine years, and later moved to Channel NewsAsia at Mediacorp as Business Desk Editor and presenter. He was also Deputy Chief Editor of Singapore news at Mediacorp. Nicholas Fang is currently the Director for Security and Global Affairs in the Singapore Institute of International Affairs, a non-profit and independent think tank.

Omar Farook


Omar is a political researcher with expertise in international relations and modern history. Prior to joining Black Dot Research, Omar supported communications on a diverse portfolio of accounts at Omnicom Public Relations Group. He has previously also worked with a social enterprise to help empower migrant workers in Singapore.
Omar holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Area Studies from Jagiellonian University in Poland.

Jaga Naidu

Researcher (Fact-checking)

Jaga is a Researcher (Fact-Checking) with Black Dot Research and focuses primarily on fact-check work. Prior to joining Black Dot Research, Jaga practiced as a lawyer in Singapore and has over 4 years of experience in the legal industry. She specialised in motor accident claims while gaining experience in other areas such as criminal and probate matters. She was appointed as the Legal Advisor to the Singapore Motor Workshop Association in 2021.
Jaga holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a minor in Political Science from the National University of Singapore.

Rebekah Lim


Rebekah is a historian by training, with 3 years of research experience spanning different elements of Singapore history, including a term as a Research Fellow at the National Museum of Singapore, with a focus on social relations and cultural artefacts. Rebekah believes in the importance and social significance of detailed, accurate, and interdisciplinary research. She has a keen interest in uncovering new perspectives on local issues through her role as Researcher in the Black Dot Research team.
Rebekah holds a Masters in Global and Interdisciplinary History from Nanyang Technological University.

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