Saurabh leads the business development and alliances partnerships for IoT ecosystem for Tata Communications Singapore. As an active evangelist of IoT to improve the business efficiencies in verticals such as fleet & asset management, telematics, smart energy, etc, he likes to keep a 3600 view of cloud and security as well to have a holistic view.
Prior to Tata Communications, he was with Gemalto Singapore, and was instrumental in driving e-SIM and Subscription management technology with telcos and OEMs in the region. In 2016, he led the launch of first ever connected wearable watch in Singapore supporting the GSMA principles of e-SIM.
Saurabh holds MBA from Nanyang Business School, Singapore and Computer Engineering from University of Delhi, India.
Sean has been a Technology Consultant with RSA for more than two years, supporting the NetWitness business unit in the South-East Asia region. His experience in information security spans between the government agencies and educational institutions to provide security advice and consultations required to enhance their IT Security posture through process and technology improvements.
Prior to joining RSA’s South East Asia team, Sean spent a year in the RSA Headquarters in Bedford, Massachusetts, developing the threat intelligence and engine behind the RSA Security Analytics platform. He was also attached to the Dell-EMC Critical Incident Response Centre (CIRC) in Bedford as an analyst, performing incident handling and response on the ground. The Dell-EMC CIRC serves more than 70,000 employees and carries out extensive security operations to protect the company’s IT Infrastructure. After completing the Singapore EDB’s STRAT Programme, he was hand-picked to join RSA and was awarded the Most Valuable Player Award out of his cohort in the 2015 bootcamp.
Sean has an extensive background working with web technologies, and earned his SANS Lethal Forensicator Coin in 2016. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering, First Class Honours in Computing from Imperial College London, and is a certified GIAC Network Forensics Analyst (GNFA).
Shamir Rahim is a technopreneur with a passion for internet and biomedical technologies. Founder & CEO of VersaFleetTM, he believes in automating the wor;d's logistics operations.
He left the lab early and started his career in the cardiovascular & cardiac surgery product teams at Sanofic and Medtronic. As business development manager for an incubator, he helped launch several biomedical start-ups. He founded VersaFleet by serendipity, creating a powerful logistics automation system when he was actually trying to invent a medical device.
Shamir holds a Master of Science (MSc) in Supply Chain Management from National University of Singapore (NUS) Faculty of Engineering. He earlier graduated from NUS as a University Scholar with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Science, and a Minor in Technopreneurship, which he attained while on the NUS Overseas College program at the University of Pennsylvania & The Wharton School. He pursued his Honours research on regenerative stem cell therapy at Institute of Molecure Cell Biology, an A*STAR research institute.
He was awarded "Youth Entrepreneur of the Year 2016" by SMCCI; recognized by PM Lee in his 2017 New Year message; and is often invited by news media to speak on tech & national issues.
Shamir currently serves as President of Singapore Malay Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SMCCI). He also served in the 'Future City' sub-committee of the Committee for Future Economy (CFE); and in the 'Community' sub-committee of the National Integration Working Group (NIWG-C). He has co-created many social initiatives, such as PRAXIS, CommaCon, SG50KitaX, and Common:Space.
The author of “The Coaching In The Moment — How busy leaders can make more impact with less time”, Mr. Tan Swee Heng is a well-grounded and sought-after leadership coach with 38 years of senior leadership and management experience. He trains and coaches in the region for international and local organisations. Organisations that he worked with include MAS, Singpost, Singtel, Damen Shipyards and Reed Exhibitions. He partners with specialist HR consulting organisations such as SingResource to help organisations raise their leadership and human resource capability.
Prior to forming LZ Leadership International, Swee Heng was the head of Human Resource for Reed Business Asia Pacific and Deloitte Singapore. He was also previously a senior officer with the Singapore Air Force.
He is a professionally certified coach with the International Coaching Federation and is also certified in Solution-Focused Coaching (University of Toronto), Marshall Goldsmith’s Stakeholder-Centred Coaching, Action Reflection Learning, Enneagram, Social Styles and Leadership Impact / Life Style Inventory systems.
Wendell leads a team that provides direction, consultation and advice on environmental, health and safety matters to all levels of the Veolia organisation. He started his career as an Industrial Hygienist with the Ministry of Manpower (MOM), and has developed himself in the EHS field through progressive management roles in several industries including oil and gas and pharmaceuticals.
Wendell has represented MOM and the Singapore Institute of Safety Officers (SISO) as a member of SPRING and MOM working groups developing Singapore Standards and guidelines in the areas of confined space entry and manual handling, as well as spoken on a number of topics at various health and safety seminars. He is also a member of the Registered Industrial Hygienists Board formed in 2014.
Wendell has 22 years of experience in the EHS field and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Safety, Health and Environment Technology.
As junior officer (2002 to 2006) at the R&D division, introduced the company participating in international symposiums relate to waste management such as APLAS, ISWA and Sardinia.
After then, from 2007 to 2014 I had worked for international cooperation at the overseas business division, newly established. Various public and private parties related to environment were our partners to work together making some changes for the better waste management practice. It is needed to work together with various public and private entities, conducting feasibility studies and master plan in Vietnam, Mozambique, South Africa and Peru.
Currently, I am responsible for international cooperation and symposium at Resource Recovery Technology Research Center of SLC. It is exciting to meet others to share experiences and knowledge to learn as well as understand a wide range of waste management practice so as to find optimal solution for ourselves.