Chairman of International Enterprise (Singapore) as Honorary Adviser to Elion House
Elion House is pleased to announce the addition of Seah Moon Ming as Honorary Adviser. He is the Chairman of International Enterprise (IE) Singapore, the government agency that partners Singapore companies in going global and promotes international trade. IE vision is a thriving business hub in Singapore with Globally Competitive Companies and leading international traders. IE has a global network of overseas centres in over 35 locations which provides the necessary connections in many developed and emerging markets.
Mr Seah is also Chairman of Singapore Cooperation Enterprise, Trusted Board Ltd and China & North Asia Business Group of Singapore Business Federation. He also sits on the board of Singapore Technologies Electronics and Alexandra Health System Pte Ltd. Mr Seah is a member of the Board of Trustees, SIM University, Singapore and Adjunct Professor at its School of Science & Technology. He was Chairman of Temasek Polytechnic from 2006 to 2014.
He was conferred the IES/IEEE Joint Medal of Excellence Award 2008 by the Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He received the Honorary Fellow Award from the ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organisations (AFEO), as well as Fellow of the ASEAN Academy of Engineering and Technology (AAET).
Mr Seah is a recipient of the Oil Council’s 2014 APAC Executive of the Year Award. Mr Seah is also a recipient of the 2011 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award, conferred by the NUS Faculty of Engineering. He was awarded the 2006 Asia Brand Innovation – Ten Most Outstanding Personality Award and the 6th International Management Action Award by Chartered Management Institute, Singapore in 2007.
In January 2008, Mr Seah was conferred the title of Honorary Citizen of Guiyang, China. He was named as one of China’s Top 10 International Chinese Achievers for Financial & Intelligent Persons in 2007 by a consortium of organisations, including the Beijing Normal University and the Chinese editions of Fortune and Time magazines.
Mr Seah holds a Bachelor of Engineering with a major in Electronics Engineering from the National University of Singapore and a Master of Science (EE) with distinction from Naval Postgraduate School, USA. He also attended the Stanford-NUS Executive Program and the Management Development & Advanced Management Program at Harvard University.