✔ Global interests in Ecosystems, Investments, Trade, Economics and Entrepreneurship.
✔ Passionate about Digital Belt and Road, Philanthropy and Volunteerism, Tourism and Hospitality, Start ups, Food & Beverage, Bowling and Liverpool Football Club.
✔ Cumulative professional and entrepreneurial experience in finance and investments, sports industry and business, travel and tourism, international trade and relations, startups and social enterprise, fundraising in both for and non-profit sectors.
✔ Natural leadership and management with deep sense of empathy, successful community building and engagement track record, progressive global perspective and innovative adaptability, endeavoring drive and discipline, keen business acumen and entrepreneurial resourcefulness.
✔ Strategic partnerships and lead generation, solid business development and account management, extensive network and connections, creative idea conceptualisation and execution.
✔ Active conference speaker and panellist, hands-on events organiser and host, and firm believer in connecting people and connecting with people.
✔ Board member of University At Buffalo Alumni Association and immediate past President of UB Alumni Singapore Chapter.
✔ Startup mentor, business angel, social entrepreneur and digital transformation consultant.
✔ Former National Bowler from Hwa Chong Junior College and School Swimmer from Raffles Institution.
Daily amibition: To help people help others.
Dream ambition: To be the Manager and part-owner of Liverpool Football Club.
Impact ambition: To be a Social VC and Philanthropist.
Interview about Singaporean DNA by SGFuture: “A city of positive vibes, especially online there’s a lot of negativity. Before we even start about volunteering or donating we need to have a positive mindset. It will reflect in our actions. We are all in a way tiny, but without all these tiny parts we cannot form a city of good. It is not about one foundation making a large sum of donation to all the beneficiaries in town. It is a ground-up movement that needs to be sparked off by individuals or small groups.” – Andrew Tan, co-founder of The Shiok Collective, a social enterprise that supports local communities.
Interview for 50for50 by Elim Chew https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joi6qolnn3I
The Company of Good Fellowship seeks to develop a community of corporate leaders who will strengthen the eco-system of giving in Singapore. Over a course of 5-month, top talents will have opportunities to sharpen their business perspectives and build capability in leadership and corporate giving.