SINGAPORE – 30th Aug, 2018 – 2iB Partners proudly welcomes Andrew Khng as advisor and part of its team.  Andrew brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in the construction industry. His extensive regional construction experience and exposure would be invaluable to any company looking to expand its business regionally and globally.  He heads the Company’s BCA certified overseas training centre in Myanmar.

Andrew is also the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Congo in Singapore. He sits on various boards of organisations and is also the past president of Singapore Contractors Association Limited (SCAL).

 

Message from Mr. Andrew Khng:

 “Reset your mind to accept challenges before you expand.”

 

Message from Director, 2iB Partners, Mr. Dylan Tan:

“Andrew is someone who has achieved great success in the business world and is undoubtedly one of the representatives of Singapore brands. He also has a strong passion for keeping Singapore brands alive. Needless to say, he brings a wealth of experience, exposure and network. He can provide invaluable advice to the companies we work with. This ties in greatly with our aim of helping Singapore small and medium enterprise (“SMEs”) scale up and internationalize. In addition, he will be a great help in consulting on infrastructure, residential and commercial development projects and deals that 2iB Partners frequently comes across.”

 

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