Singapore’s education scene has been consistently ranked among the top globally, and it came as no surprise that over 250 Private Education Institutes (PEIs) have established a campus there, leveraging on the national focus on education.
As part of the Enterprise 50 Educational Project, a group of students from NUS Business School, National University of Singapore put together a case study on Elmich. It features Elmich’s growth as an SME and highlights the factors that enabled its success. The case study was selected and published by The Business Times.
Elmich founder and executive chairman, Mr Alan Lee, has been appointed as an executive committee member in the Enterprise 50 Association (E50A) for the term of 2019 to 2021. Read more
Elmich’s global footprint was recently expanded with a project in Venice, the world’s most romantic city. Approximately 160 VersiJack® pedestals were used to support an art installation, named “Living Rocks: A Fragment of the Universe”, now showing as an official collateral event at La Biennale di Venezia, presented by the Art Gallery of South Australia. Read more
Earlier this month, Elmich attended ARCHIDEX 2019 at KLCC, South East Asia’s most successful annual industry trade event for the architecture, interior design and building industry in the region. Returning to the event for the 4th time since 2013, Elmich once again collaborated on the exhibition with their preferred partner in Malaysia, Eurodeck Sdn Bhd, to create an eye-catching booth for visitors in Hall 8. Read more
Last month, CNN visited Singapore as part of its global Going Green series, to talk to Mr Alan Lee about Elmich and his on-going efforts to make urban greenery an essential part of modern cities.
Humans, much like plants, require a nurturing environment to grow to their maximum potential. Creating the ideal environment then becomes a major consideration when building an institute of lifelong learning. Read more
Toppen Shopping Centre, one of Johor Bahru’s new shopping destinations, is set to open later this year. Located in Tebrau city, a short drive across the causeway from Singapore, the Shopping Centre boasts 46,696 square metres of floor space. Toppen Shopping Centre lies on the same plot of land as IKEA Tebrau.