Summit Capital Bags Top Award At 2015 ASEAN Business Awards

BY SUMMIT CAPITAL        #ANNOUNCEMENT        POSTED ON 5 JULY 2015
Kuala Lumpur, June 30th 2015: The 5th ASEAN Outstanding Business Awards was held at The Shangri La Hotel. Attended by members of the business community, ASEAN representatives, ambassadors and prominent business leaders, the event recognizes the achievements in Asian business sector, to honor and encourage top businesses, entrepreneurs, corporate leaders and outstanding personalities in ASEAN plus China, Japan, Korea, Australia, New Zealand and India that have excelled in their respective business sector.

Recipients of the 2015 ASEAN Outstanding Business Awards at The Shangri La Hotel on 30th of June 2015

The ministry supports the awards program with the objective of integrating ASEAN as one community. Past winners of the awards include Tan Sri Tony Fernandez of Air Asia, Dato' Sri Robert Wong of Oriental Holdings, Joanne Wong of IES Global Beijing, Hendy Setiono of Kebab Turki Baba Rafi Indonesia, PT Nalpia Indonesia, and many more. Other notable dignitaries including fashion magnate, Dato' Jimmy Choo also graced the occasion to receive the ASEAN Lifetime Achievement Award.

Second from right: Datuk Jimmy Choo taking center stage to receive the ASEAN Lifetime Achievement Award

The awards nomination criteria are based on several aspect prominently including leadership, innovation, global impact, financial performance, personal integrity, influence and strategic direction. Summit Capital Training Group is the proud recipient to bag the top award by being conferred as ASEAN Most Recognized Brand Award in Training and Conference Provider. When asked about being one of the youngest recipients at the 2015 ASEAN Outstanding Business Awards, Managing Director, Mr. John Chong says he is no stranger to pressure. In a recent interview, he said, "As a young entrepreneur, people expect you to fail. It is perfectly normal to make mistakes along the way, as any would be successful entrepreneur or company. You have to first, be willing to take the 'hits' and keep moving".
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