SES Names New Chief Executive

November 11, 2014

Event organiser Singapore Exhibition Services (SES), a member company of Allworld Exhibitions Alliance, has announced the appointment of Lindy Wee as the company’s new chief executive effective 1st January 2015.

Ms Wee currently serves as deputy chief executive of SES and will succeed the outgoing chief executive, Stephen Tan, who has served as chief executive since 1989. Tan will assume the role of chairman of SES at the end of his tenure. Ms Wee has more than 30 years of MICE-related experience since joining SES in 1983.

Wee commented on her appointment, “The support and backing I’ve received from Stephen and the staff is heartening. We have come a long way since 1976, and today we are proud owners of Asia’s three largest trade events for the Communications, Hospitality and Oil & Gas sectors. Looking forward, I am thrilled to play a vital role in continuing to grow Singapore Exhibition Services at a time when Asian markets are leading world growth in trade and investment opportunities.”


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