Lynn Tan, Ales Group Singapore Pte Ltd

Lynn Tan, Ales Group Singapore Pte Ltd

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31 August 2020
Caring for family members while WFH
Bernard Lim chats with Lynn Tan, Managing Director of Ales Groupe Singapore, owners of Phyto. Lyn has been an entrepreneur since 2003 when she started her own  distribution and retail business in Singapore. She is a mother and is also a certified Zumba Instructor since 2015 and teaches for charity, friends & family in her free time. Find out how Lynn cared for her family and spouse during WFH.

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24 August 2020
Bern's Bites: Motivating staff while WFH
Many of us are WFH these days. As leaders, how do we keep staff motivated even while they are away from the offices? Find out from Lynn Tan, Managing Director of Ales Groupe, which owns haircare products Phyto.

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17 August 2020
Bern's Bites: E-Commerce
Bernard Lim chats with Lynn Tan, Managing Director of Ales Groupe SIngapore, owners of Phyto. Lynn has been an entrepreneur since 2003 when she started her own  distribution and retail business in Singapore. She is a mother and is also a certified Zumba Instructor since 2015 and teaches for charity, friends & family in her free time. Find out how Lynn started her E-commerce business in her company.

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3 August 2020
Bern's Bites: Enemy from within
Bernard Lim chats with Lynn Tan, Managing Director of Ales Groupe Singapore, owners of Phyto. Lynn has been an entrepreneur since 2003 when she started her own distribution and retail business in Singapore. She is a mother and is also a certified Zumba Instructor since 2015 and teaches for charity, friends & family in her free time. Find out how Lynn managed her enemy from within in her business, such as parallel importers.

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4 September 2019
Influence : How Lynn Tan turned $50 000 into $15 million in annual turnover in a decade
Entrepreneur Lynn Tan, Managing Director of Ales Group Singapore Pte Ltd started her business armed with belief in her product and a $50 000 loan from an uncle. She's grown a one-woman show to a thriving business with 80 staff and S$15 million annual turnover in less than 10 years.She tells Michelle Martin how changing her business model mid-way was part of the evolution of her brand story.

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