CRIB x The Great Room present Spend the Night with Aun Koh, Loh Lik Peng and Wee Teng Wen
Spend the Night with Aun Koh, Loh Lik Peng and Wee Teng Wen
Presented by CRIB and The Great Room, this fireside chat gives entrepreneurs,
business owners and ones who are interested, the opportunity to link up with experienced mentors who have scaled their businesses both locally and regionally.
On 6th September meet,
Co-Founder of The Ate Group
Loh Lik Peng,
Hotelier and Restaurateur, Unlisted Collections
Wee Teng Wen,
Managing Partner, The Lo & Behold Group
This will be a
casual Q&A session, moderated by Dr Elaine Kim, CEO of CRIB. Light bites and drinks will be served. Do arrive early at 6:30PM to enjoy them and networking opportunities.
Do you have a
question for any of the mentors? Please completed the sign up form and share with us your questions there. We will select a few to be answered by the mentors.
Aun Koh is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Straits Clan, a private members club for entrepreneurs, creatives and persons engaged in social leadership. Aun is also the co-founder of The Ate Group, one of Singapore’s top strategic content and communications agencies. Aun started his career in journalism and has also worked in the arts and in the not for profit sectors. He is also currently Chairman of the Board of the Pangdemonium Theatre Company.
About Loh Lik Peng
Dynamic hotelier and restaurateur, Loh Lik Peng was born in Dublin, Ireland on May 4, 1972 to Singapore parents who were practicingmedicine there at the time. He attended Law school in England, University of Sheffield and Postgraduate at London School of Economics followed by bar exams in London before returning to Singapore in 1997. Loh became a corporate litigator upon his return before leaving the profession to step into the hospitality industry. Since then, Loh has started ventures across Singapore, Shanghai, London and Sydney under the Unlisted Collection.
About Wee Teng Wen
Since 2005, The Lo & Behold Group has conceptualized some of the most distinct and notable hospitality concepts that anchor the Singapore landscape. Wee Teng Wen’s first venture into the industry was with rooftop bar, Loof. A diverse portfolio of venues have ensued since, ranging from a beach club on Sentosa Island, to a 2 Michelin-starred fine dining restaurant and a boutique hotel nestled on the banks of the Singapore River. Each concept is a timeless institution, conceived with a unique story and distinct perspective on the cultural- culinary landscape of its time.