Leow Ban Tat, Aquaculture Centre of Excellence

Leow Ban Tat, Aquaculture Centre of Excellence

25112022 TBH - Leow Ban Tat

25 Nov 2022
Why It Matters: ACE designs world’s first floating closed-containment fish farm in SG
The theme of doing “business for good” has been creating a buzz in recent times. The EDB has also launched a Business for Good campaign last year to emphasise how Singapore wants to be an attractive location for business, particularly businesses that are keen to do good globally, from Singapore.
Leow Ban Tat, CEO and Founder, Aquaculture Centre of Excellence (ACE) shares more about being part of EDB's Business for Good programe.

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2 October 2019
Singapore's young businesses under 10: Aquaculture Centre of Excellence (ACE)
No annual award better honours the bold ambition of Singapore’s young businesses under ten years old than the Emerging Enterprise Award, jointly organised by Singapore Press Holdings' financial daily, The Business Times, and Asia’s Best SME Bank - OCBC Bank. 2019 marks twelve years of the award’s celebration of business innovation, resilience and excellence in SMEs - the bedrock of the Singapore economy. Since 2008, the award has been empowering startups and young enterprises with both recognition and resources to take flight and achieve stellar growth. Leow Ban Tat is CEO of the Aquaculture Centre of Excellence (ACE), and Gabriel de Rozario is Senior Aquaculture Technician at ACE, a Singaporean aquaculture company combining precision aquaculture engineering to provide fresh, tasty, safe and hygienic food fish to the masses.

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