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Thursday January 24th 2019

Dr Vincent Wijeysingha speaking on forum at Quality Hotel on 10 Sep (Sat) at 2.30pm

Dear Friends,
The  forum is now confirmed as we are encouraged by your warm response and it will be held on 10 Sep (Sat) at 2.30pm at Quality Hotel – Balestier. It will last for 2 1/2 hours.
You can find the map of Quality Hotel  here. The nearest MRT station is Farrer Park MRT station and you can take bus no 125, 130 and 139 from there. The next alternative MRT station is Lavender Staion and you can take bus no 145 direct to the hotel.
The title of the forum is “The Changing Employment Needs of Singaporeans” focusing on the looming financial crisis and how it will affect Singaporeans. We are particularly concerned with how to support those  who will be laid off when the crisis hits home.

We will be inviting a panel of speakers to grace the occasion. Dr Vincent Wijeysingha has graciously agreed to speak at our event. The other speakers inlcude Ravi Philemon from TOC, Kumaran an IT businessman and Mr Wei Chan a F & B businessman.

Do email me at or  if you are keen to attend the event with your contact number.

The event is free of charge.

The medium-sized room can only take in 100 participants and we will stop registration once that number is reached. The event is RSVP regretfully.

Thank you very much.

Gilbert Goh

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3 Responses to “Dr Vincent Wijeysingha speaking on forum at Quality Hotel on 10 Sep (Sat) at 2.30pm”

  1. oute says:

    We are thinking of planning a forum on 10 Sep (Sat) at 2.30am at Quality Hotel – Balestier.

    Wow – 2.30am – teochew porridge – asked Low Thia Khiang / Tan Cheng Bock to join for teochew porridge

    • admin says:

      Hi sorry its 2.30pm misspelled there…

      2.30am probably I am still snoozing away.

      Anyway the event is tentative and dependent on the response received by 3 Sep (Sat).

      Take care and watch out for the latest news here…


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