Angela Ence - The Women Entrepreneur Pushing Growth to Singapore Businesses
Apr 01, 2021 16:34
Angela Ence, a known face in the Singaporean business with more than 20+ years of working experience in regional and local business development and marketing. An NUS Business School, Singapore graduate, Angela has a wealth of knowledge that she has gained throughout her working experience. Angela Ence is a marketing graduate. She pursued BBA and is a serving director in Business School Alumni (NUSBSA).
Her achievements don’t end here. This astounding woman entrepreneur who is at her career’s pinnacle received an award at the gala dinner at Conrad Centennial. She is counted among the top Singapore businesswomen. She has many awards in her kitty. A few of the notable awards worth mentioning are Innovator of the Year, which she received under the business services category, the Management Excellence Awards recognizes, which Angela Ence received for being an exceptional and one of the level management executives.
Angela has one mission, to assist and educate non-profit organizations, SMEs, and other businesses to have sustainable growth by incorporating the best and workable marketing strategy and knowledge. Angela feels that her experience can help other companies to streamline their businesses and grow for the better.
Angela Ence and her team work on three things: educating businesses, fund start-ups, SMEs, and other companies, and build a community so that different companies can benefit from one another. Since the marketing industry continuously evolves and changes, it becomes necessary for every business to stay updated about the latest trends and news.
Her marketing strategies have already helped hundreds of businesses grow and excel in their domain, ultimately contributing to the Singaporean company.
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