Tomorrow I will be invited by Ms Serene Pan, Vice-Director (BizAsia) , to be one of the six entrepreneurs to the “1001 Questions Answered” event organised by NUS Entrepreneurship Society (NES)
‘1001 Questions Answered’ event aims to:
Provide a platform which allows the participants to meet and network with a wide variety of entrepreneurs from various industries,
Answer participants’ queries regarding our industries;
Provide the opportunity to learn and interact from the entrepreneurial experiences
Basically, this Q&A event calls for anyone with burning questions to start their business in the respective industry of interest.
Date: 25th January 2011. Venue: NLB Level 5, Drama Centre. Time: 1500 – 1700 hrs
The Program was as follows:
1430 – 1500 Registration and Briefing about the event
1500 – 1515 Group A: Brief introduction about Entrepreneur’s background and company
1515 – 1600 Q&A Session A begins
Mr Adrin Loi (Room A),
Mr Yap Boh Tiong (Room C),
Mr Ron Mahabir (Room D)
1600 – 1615 Group B: Brief introduction about Entrepreneur’s background and company
1615 – 1700 Q&A Session B begins
Mr Frederic Moraillon(Room A),
Mr Keith Ng (Room B),
Ms Tay Eu-Yen (Room C)
Mr Andrew Chow (Room D),
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1001 Questions Answered, Adrain Loi, Andrew Chow, businessmen, entrepreneurial experiences, entrepreneurship journey, Frederic Moraillon, Keith Ng, NUS Entrepreneurship Society (NES), Questions and Answers, Ron Mahabir, Serene Pan, Singapore, Tay Eu-Yen, Vice-Director (BizAsia), Yap Boh Tiong •
A wise client of mine dealing with wine distribution once said “There is no such thing as a non-wine drinker, he just has not found a wine he likes … yet”.
In one of my interviews with a magazine 4 years ago about people finding love and destiny late in their life, i said “There is no such thing as anyone being too old to look for love, if you think there is someone out there for you, you must always keep seeking”
Indeed, nothing is absolute. It’s not over until it’s over.
Never say “never” to yourself and others.
Do not always say “Always”
Be open, try a new approach, meet new people and you discover life a lot more
When was the last time you did some cool stuff for the very first time and you absolutely love it?
What kind of wine is your life?
Genius make time, smart one uses it wisely, the fools do not know what it has gone.
Never get discouraged when things go beyond your expectation. Always remember that the greatest glory in life is rising every time we fall.
Be yourself! because everyone else is taken.
The posts from our bloggers to encourage their followers to soak in the spirit of Lunar New Year 2011 at Hong Kah Point is out! It is located at Blk 501 – 508 at Jurong West St 51.
This is a pilot project to encourage business association of all heartland centres to engage younger generation in heartland areas to rediscover the magic, fun and memories in their estates.
It will eventually lead up to Heartland Fiesta 2011 (1 Apr – 15 May).
Read about how :
The gentlemen :
1. Aussie Pete -
A Pictorial – I Left My Heart In The Heartlands – Hong Kah Point
2. Darren Ng -
My Heartland – A Portrait of Hong Kah Point
3. William Tan -
Hong Kah Point- The Little Chinatown in the West
4. Shaun Owyong -
My Heartland Fiesta 2011- HONG KAH POINT!
The ladies :
1. Christine Ng -
Girl Next Door + Panty Guide
2. Lingyi –
Hong Kah Point is Hot!
3. Valentine –
Eat, Shop and Play at Hong Kah Point this Chinese New Year 2011
4. Gin Wong –
The official page of MyHeartLand –
Please look for your favourite blogger’s link and vote for them by “like”
The top 3 winning bloggers will be announced by 30 Jan. They stand to win a total ang pow of $600 in cash!.
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Personal Branding & Grooming Workshop for Banking Professionals
Date : 19 Jan 2011
Venue : Daewoo Hotel Hanoi – 360 Kim Ma Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi
Fee : USD400
Organizer : Talent Pool JSC
Partner : John Robert Powers
Daewoo Hotel has received many foreign leaders like Bill Clinton, Sultan of Brunei and China President Wu, etc
• What your body language really says about you
• Posture in business dealing
• Charming posture in Walking, Sitting and Standing
THE POWER OF DRESSING
• Defining different body shapes and suitable colors for clothing.
• Traditional male and female business attire.
• Conference, banquet attire for male and female
• Individual Consulting
• How to eat and use the tools in manner of politeness
• Polite style in buffet, cocktail, set menu…
• How to set up the seat in term of importance and welcome guests
Trainer : JRP Principal Ms.Vo Thi Xuan Trang
HAIR STYLE & MAKE – UP
Hair care & Hair cut:
• Analyzing face shapes and suitable hairstyles.
• Hair care and hair cut
Make-up (Female)/ Grooming (Male)
• Body and face hygiene.
• Analyzing face shapes and suitable eyebrowns.
• Day time make-up
Trainer: Hair Stylish Mr.Tuan Ha Lan & Make- up Artist Le Dung
• Understand yourself, strength & weakness
• Understand others to have smart behaviour
Trainer : Dr. Nguyen Thi Bich Hong
EXTENDING YOUR PERSONAL INFLUENCE
• Managing YOU as a brand
• How to network effectively and make an impact
• Establishing rapport with 9 different types of people
• Seven things you need to know about sharing an idea
Trainer : Andrew Chow
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A new presentation Romancing the Media for your Business – More information, please contact Andrew – andrew@ideamart…
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Many small and medium enterprises do not really understand how to work with the media to generate buzz and publicity. They often have a misconception that the media publicity is exclusive to big companies having huge budget for public relation specialists providing strategic counsel.
Media relation is both an art and a science. Knowing your basics and adding some creativity and flair will produce an effective pitch.
Understanding what constitute news and knowing what the media and press want will give your company a head start in gaining publicity. Having good publicity about your product and branding will always enhance the public perception on their value.
My first book ‘Romancing the Media for your Business” is an e-book I intend to sell online on Ipad.
Your comments and feedback is appreciated at – email@example.com
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The true essence of a person’s character is how he respond to pressures in life. We have may charismatic personality but real core values will be shown when adversity comes.
If life isnt a bed of roses, the next pressure may be on the way.
Remember to approach it with Grace, Being Cool and Collected wins the Race.