Registration is open for our third entrepreneurial event to be held on 1st July (Fri) at 3pm. The event is free of charge and will be for two hours. There are only thirty seats available.
Our previous entrepreneurial events were all well attended and readers need to register via firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm their places by 30 Jun (Thurs) to avoid disappointment. We will email you the venue in our confirmation mail.
Please also provide your contact numbers and state whether you are in transition or currently working – priority will be given to thsoe who are currently not working.
We have invited three distinguished speakers to grace the occasion.
Our first speaker is Dr Fred Toke who is a established trainer and motivational speaker. Dr Toke has a PhD in psychology and currently travels widely in his work. He will provide some tips on how to get out of the unemployment blues.
Our next speaker is Mr Marcus Woo, a former member of transitioning.org. After been retrenched from his previous job and having spent a few months in transition, Marcus decided to start his own business. However, the business flopped and he lost close to $30, 000. That setback never deterred his entrepreneurial streak and he started another successful venture in a totally different field. His personal sharing will appeal to newies who want to hear from someone who started from scratch and succeeded despite all the odds.
Our third speaker – Mr Patrick Loke – hails from the educational sector and is a former RI boy. He co-owns the successful Tien Hsia Langauge School and is also currently managing Melior International providing tiertiary education courses on a regional basis. Patrick will be sharing some of his business experiences and I am sure that we will all benefit from his sharing.
We have a fourth speaker but he is currently unable to confirm his attendance. We will update this information here once we are able to confirm his availability.
Do register your interest early and let us come out and learn from one another. It is also a good networking session for all who are in transition!
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