Speakers

Ariane Lo

Assistant Manager (Organisational Development and Innovation, Content Development), National Heritage Board (NHB)

Ariane is part of the Organisational Development and Innovation (ODI) team which leads digital transformation initiatives at the National Heritage Board.   They work alongside museums, heritage institutions, festivals, and many more to explore the exciting possibilities held by innovation and technology.

 

About the National Heritage Board (NHB)

The National Heritage Board (NHB) is the custodian of Singapore’s heritage: our mission is to preserve and celebrate the shared heritage of our diverse communities, for education, nation-building and cultural understanding. The NHB manages the national museums and heritage institutions, and sets policies relating to heritage sites, National Monuments, and the national collection. Through the national collection, NHB curates heritage programmes and presents exhibitions to connect the past, present and future generations of Singaporeans.

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Goh Ze Hui

Business Lead & Product Launcher, Digital Transformation Office, NTUC Income

Ze Hui is the Business Lead & Product Launcher at Income’s Digital Transformation Office and focuses on bringing to market and scaling B2C products and solutions such as SNACK and Tribe.

She has more than 6 years of experience in product management, partnerships as well as growth in FinTech and banking, and is passionate about creating digital solutions that drive adoption from both consumers and cross-industry partners.

She graduated from Singapore Management University (SMU) in 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and a Double Major in Finance and Marketing.

 

About NTUC Income

NTUC Income Insurance Co-operative Ltd (Income) is a leading composite insurer in Singapore, serving more than two million policyholders. Our ambition is to protect every life and every home by making insurance simple, accessible and personal for individuals from all walks of life.

Income’s innovative, data-driven and omni-channel approach puts us at the forefront of customer-centric solutions to meet rapidly evolving needs and help empower better financial well-being.

Income was established in 1970 and remains the only insurance co-operative in Singapore. Our financial strength and diversified investment portfolio is reflected by our strong credit rating which underpins the delivery of our commitment to customers.

 

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Lam Boon Soon

Assistant Vice President, Transformation Office, Mandai Wildlife Group

Lam Boon Soon is AVP of Transformation Office at Mandai Wildlife Group.

He has over fifteen years of experience in leading and managing group-wide enterprise transformation portfolio and programs in both corporate and public sector environments. His areas of specialisation includes Technology Master Planning, Industry 4.0, Future of Work, cross-cultural program management, artificial intelligence, IT due-diligence and post-merger integration.

As a certified professional, he contributes actively as reviewer for various PMI Standards, and participates in exam items development for IHRP (Singapore) and IAAPA (USA).

 

About Mandai Wildlife Group

Mandai Wildlife Group is dedicated to caring for the planet and protecting animals and nature. Conservation education is intrinsic in all interactions with the Group, to inspire action for a healthier world. Mandai Wildlife Group is the steward of Mandai Wildlife Reserve, a unique wildlife and nature destination in Singapore that is home to world-renown wildlife parks which connect visitors to the fascinating world of wildlife.

The Group is driving an exciting rejuvenation plan at Mandai Wildlife Reserve, adjacent to Singapore’s Central Catchment Nature Reserve, that will integrate five wildlife parks with distinctive nature-based experiences, green public spaces and an eco-friendly resort. Mandai Wildlife Group advocates for biodiversity, contributes leading wildlife research, develops innovative solutions to promote living sustainably, and collaborates with conservation partners in Singapore and Southeast Asia. 

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Wan Kwong Weng

Honorary Chairman, Adventist Home for the Elders

Mr Wan Kwong Weng is a lawyer by training and is currently a member of the part of the senior management team of a real estate fund management group. He is active in community causes including as founding Chairman of Purple Parade and as Chairman of AHE since 2008. He was conferred the Public Service Star (BBM) in 2017 and Public Service Medal (PBM) in 2012.

 

About Adventist Home for the Elders

Adventist Home for the Elders is a registered charity with Institution of Public Character (IPC status). Established since 1981, AHE started as a sheltered home for the aged destitute with a licensed capacity for 38 beds. In 2015, Mr Wan spearheaded the strategic move by AHE to operate Senior Activity Centres known as Adventist Active Centres. It now has 3 Adventist Active Centres, serving more than 800 elderly everyday in its 3 precincts.

 

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Patrick Tan

Co-founder and CEO, Keepital

With his experience in Green Book, Patrick was motivated to start his own B2B company to help SMEs. 8 years later, Keepital provides the ultimate solution – to onboard less tech-savvy businesses on a digital and cost-effective multi-language portal.

 

About Keepital

Keepital is a B2B marketplace that connects buyers and suppliers regionally. We are based in three countries – Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand. Our mission is to develop a cost-effective marketing platform to boost the SME businesses in Asia Pacific.

We are also pre-approved under the Productivity Solutions Grant (PSG) to help SMEs take the first step on their digital journey. Therefore, Keepital provides the ultimate solution – to onboard less tech-savvy businesses on a digital and cost-effective multi-language portal.

 

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Hairolnizam Bin Sami’on

Exhibition Officer, Asian Civilisation Museum (ACM)

Hairol is part of a dynamic team of exhibition officers that oversees all aspects of gallery work in the Asian Civilisation Museum (ACM), particularly specialist lighting of galleries and exhibitions and display of artefacts. He believes in working smart and is thus keen on exploring the use of digital technology in museum work, especially in the traditional mount making process.

 

About the Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM)

The Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) is Singapore’s national museum of Asian antiquities and decorative art. As the only museum in Asia with a pan-Asian scope, ACM is devoted to exploring the rich artistic heritage of Asia through our outstanding collection of masterpieces, and through ground-breaking special exhibitions. ACM focuses on the many historical connections between cultures and civilisations in Asia, and between Asia and the world.

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