Official launch of the Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2018 (Stay tuned for full review)

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(The Merlion Review Team with Mr Thomas Fernandez; EYA 2018 Award Co-Chairman. From left to right; Mr Alson Chia, Mr Nicholas Tay, Mr Thomas Fernandez, Mr Tan Shi Wei and Ms Veena Ngo)

Last Friday, the Entrepreneur of the Year Award (EYA) 2018 was officially launched at the Marina Mandarin. This marks the 30th year of the EYA award and also the inauguration of the EYA Alumni.

Photo by Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME)

The EYA Alumni is an exclusive network for entrepreneurs who have persevered through and emerged victorious from the rigorous judging process of one of Singapore’s toughest and most rewarding entrepreneurial distinction awards. The Chairman of the EYA Alumni is Mr Lawrence Leow, former ASME president and Top Entrepreneur for EYA 2000. Mr Png Cheong Boon, Chief Executive Officer of Enterprise Singapore, will serve as the Alumni’s Honorary Advisor.

Photo by Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME)

Jointly organised by the Rotary Club of Singapore and the Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME) the EYA seeks to acknowledge the accomplishments of local entrepreneurs and encourage entrepreneurship in Singapore.

The event featured a discussion panel comprising former EYA winners; Mr Thomas Fernandez, Mr Alan Tan, Mr Jovan Yap and Mr Sam Chee Keong.

Photo by Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME)

*Stay tuned for full review of the event and the Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2018

 

Merlion Review Team. Photo by Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME)
Vanda Ballroom. Photo by Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME)
Thomas Fernandez; CEO of PestBusters. Photo by Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME)
Nicholas Tay; Founder of the Merlion Review. Photo by Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME)
Photo by Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME)
Photo by Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME)
“Finding the right team is very important”
“You do not need to know how to cook, to open a catering a business”
Learning from Industry Veterans
Bonding over food and entrepreneurship
Alson Chia; Merlion Review Business Developer
Tan Shi Wei; Merlion Review Tech Correspondent

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