PunchOut! – HR Networking Event (MAY 2015)

May 27, 20159:53 am652 views
PunchOut! – HR Networking Event (MAY 2015)

Event Info

HR Professionals- are you looking to meet with your peers, exchange views and talk shop? Then swing by HR in Asia’s Punch Out! on 27 MAY 2015 @ Lifelong Learning Institute (Event Hall 2-1 Level 2).

HR in Asia will be organising bi-monthly Punch Out! Events throughout the year- for HR professionals to hear from the industry’s leading experts.

In short, join us if you are looking to:

1. Gain the latest insights and trends from industry experts,

2. Meet your fellow HR industry colleagues,

3. Exchange views or ideas with your peers and/or

4. Get to know what’s brewing in the world of HR ancillary services.

Join our event today! 

For the selection of category of tickets: If you are currently working in your company* under the HR Department, please select the 1st category (Human Resource Professionals). If you are currently working in the HR industry providing HR solutions / services / others, please select the 2nd category (HR Industry Professionals). Thank you.

*Companies not providing HR solutions / services. 

(Note: This event is only open to those actively involved in the HR industry. At the moment, we are not opening this event to non-HR professionals. If you feel that you should be a part of this event- do write to us at findus@hrinasia.com)

Program Schedule

Time Program Information
6pm to 640pm Registration
645pm to 650pm Welcome Speech by HR in Asia & Caliberlink
650pm to 655pm  Sharing by Terrapinn
7pm to 720pm Topic:
Making Corporate Learning Pay OffSpeaker: Terence Quek (CEO of Emergenetics International – Asia Pacific)

Terence Quek (CEO of Emergenetics International – Asia Pacific)

720pm to 725pm Q&A
730pm to 750pm Topic:
Multi-gen workforce, how to develop them into a collaborative workforce – lessons from a mulitgen family enterprise

Kenny Eng (Director, Gardenasia Pte Ltd & Nyee Phoe Group)

750pm to 755pm Q&A
8pm to 930pm Food & Networking Session

Our Speakers

 terence quek
Topic: Making Corporate Learning Pay Off
Terence Quek
CEO of Emergenetics International – Asia Pacific


Terence Quek is the CEO of Emergenetics International – Asia Pacific and a Master Trainer of Emergenetics. Using Emergenetics, he has personally coached and trained more than 1,500 people, including C-suite executives and intact teams, from hospitality, finance, government, manufacturing, telecommunications, healthcare, and more. He conducts workshops in both English and Mandarin.

Having completed 13 years of service in the Republic of Singapore Navy, Terence co-founded Caelan & Sage, a creative think tank focusing on strategic communications with four arms offering solutions in branding and design, public relations, corporate training and high profiled events management. Over four years, the company grew from a zero-investment company to a million-dollar turnover company which led it to merge with Emergenetics Asia in 2012 to form Emergenetics Caelan & Sage.

As a fully certified Emergenetics associate since 2006, Terence grew a training consultancy as part of Caelan & Sage with Emergenetics as its core program. He developed several customized training solutions for clients including People’s Association and Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games. He also developed the world’s first adventure-based Emergenetics program. Apart from training, Terence also facilitated C-suite level meetings and corporate planning workshops, helping organizations like ReCAAP ISC define their vision, mission and values, and charting strategies and work plans. He also worked on training projects with the Asia Europe Foundation and Singapore International Foundation and has trained across Asia and Europe.

Over the years, Terence has led his team in numerous high profiled projects, including public relations for Team Singapore in all major games in 2010 and event management for The Royal Trophy in Thailand, Brunei and China since the 2009 edition. He also edited and launched an e-newsletter for an alumni office of a University business school and worked with the Singapore government on several national campaigns.

Apart from work, Terence is actively serving the local and international community, including being the Director of Communications and Outreach of non-profit organisation Project Happy Feet, which supports training and education of underprivileged children in developing countries. He was awarded Honoree of JCI The Young Outstanding Person of Singapore 2009 for Humanitarian and/or Voluntary Leadership and conferred the Public Service Medal (Pingat Bakti Masyarakat) by the President of Singapore Dr Tony Tan in 2014.

Terence received two awards from the Republic of Singapore Navy, graduating from Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth, UK and with an Honours degree in Psychology from the University of Sheffield, UK. He was awarded a scholarship by the Singapore government to pursue a Masters of Science in Communication Management at Singapore Management University.

Topic: Multi-gen workforce, how to develop them into a collaborative workforce – lessons from a multigen family enterprise
Kenny Eng
Director, Director, Gardenasia Pte Ltd & Nyee Phoe Group


Kenny graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Real Estate. As the fourth generation of the Nyee Phoe family business, Kenny practically grew up in gardens and greens. The horticulture legacy turns a century old in 2011; its values deeply ingrained in the aspiring entrepreneur’s mind.

In 2000, Kenny created Gardenasia with the original intent of having a sales arm for Nyee Phoe’s business. However, after he recognized the potential of the lifestyle industry, Kenny realigned the company’s direction to create holistic experiences as a means to re-introduce perspectives of life.

Gardenasia became a nature-based events company that believes in going back to basics. Through strategic partnerships across various industries, Gardenasia developed specialized products and services to suit a diverse clientele. Other than planning events for corporations, family and couples, there is Gardenasiakids that provides edutainment for children with his 2 edutainment mascots, Morchoo & Titoy while The Living! Project , a social enterprise, strives to create positive social behavioral change by connecting the corporates with the community. In the meantime, Gardenasia also manages her venue sprawled across two hectares along Neo Tiew Crescent complete with a Bistro.

Kenny’s tireless efforts at constant reinvention were recognized with the Spirit of Enterprise Award in 2005.

Believing in the young as future leaders, Kenny was a Council Member of the National Youth Council, sat on the board of *Scape Co. Ltd and was previously a board member of the Singapore Youth Olympics Games Organizing Committee and a Council member of Southwest CDC. Always bearing in mind his cultural roots and heritage, Kenny is the President of Kranji Countryside Association.










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