Our Founder – John Marcarian – wins Expatpreneur Award

Matthew Marcarian   |   20 May 2019   |   1 min read

Our Founder, John Marcarian, has won the prestigious Longevity Award in The Finder’s Expatpreneuer Awards 2019.

The Expatpreneur Awards honour foreign-born entrepreneurs running successful expat-owned businesses in or from Singapore.

Read more on the finder website.

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