Senior Appointments @ Singex Venues

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 2 August 2010

 Singex Venues has  appointed Mr Michael Lim, Director (Corporate Services & Human Resources), Mr Samuel Sim, Director (Strategic Development), Mr James Boey, Deputy Director (Corporate Development) and Mr Anthony Ang, Head (Marketing Communications).

Joining Singex with over 14 years of experience in the areas of human resources, organisational development, project management and business and industry planning, Mr Michael Lim will drive the human resource, IT and office administration functions of Singex to become key enablers for the business.

Mr Samuel Sim, with over 17 years of experience in the hospitality and tourism industry, having held leadership positions in business development, general management, marketing and sales, will be responsible for the development of new business and market solutions. With extensive knowledge of markets in the Middle East and South East Asia, Mr Sim will support the company in providing innovative solutions for event organisers.

In his role at Singex, Mr James Boey will focus on crafting corporate growth strategies and mapping out the roadmap for operational and service excellence at Singex. Mr Boey has ten years of experience in corporate development and strategic management in the government sector.

Mr Anthony Angs responsibilities at Singex include planning, managing and executing marketing communications campaigns and activities for Singex. He brings to the table more than twenty years of experience in destination marketing, international sales and communications in the travel and MICE industry.

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