Kee Meng brings a coveted advantage to his role as a Skills Future for Digital Workplace trainer—the insight of a tech entrepreneur, and 15 years experience in the telecommunications industry. With a career path that has kept him at the forefront of digital change, Kee Meng’s expertise spans both the technical and people side of digital transformation.
With 15 years in the telco industry, and collaborations with start-ups in recent years, Kee Meng is well-acquainted with digital change.
A Skills Future for Digital Workplace (SFDW) trainer, Kee Meng brings a big-picture view of technology and business to the table. An entrepreneur in the tech industry, Kee Meng is on the ground daily. Working with new ideas and new technology is part of the fabric of his daily life. This positions him well to impart learning agility and digital confidence with the wisdom of experience. He trains with the passion and conviction emerging from an understanding of the impact of technology on the future economy, and the future of learners.
Recent clients served include M1, HSBC, Singapore Statutory Board, NEA, Wing Tai, and OUB.
Prior to being a business owner, Kee Meng spent over 15 years in telecommunications, moving from sales into management roles through the years. He was the Head of Client Services Operations in Verizon Communications Singapore.
His years in telecommunications moulded his expertise in both the technical and people side of digital transformation. Kee Meng worked closely with C-suite, and as a seasoned people manager, developed and led high-performance, multicultural teams.
Kee Meng’s experience in telecommunications was followed by an entrepreneurial journey and involvement with start-ups. Kee Meng has a deep understanding of the business challenges faced by new and innovative organisations.
In 2017 he was appointed as Head of Education and Deputy Director for Strategic Partnerships and Programs at Platform E, and worked with the government and corporate sector for almost a year, to co-create programs that supported the startups in the incubator, equipping them with the resources to thrive in the competitive, digitally driven business landscape.
Alongside his work as a trainer, Kee Meng, a Mechanical Engineer by profession, is founder and CEO of Humfree Pte Ltd, a startup that both designs and manufactures e-scooters.
Kee Meng loves photography and making mechanical things. He is passionate about building things that can solve problems for people as well as helping people find purpose and freedom.
Kee Meng and his wife have 3 daughters. He is a leader for his church’s small group ministry. Kee Meng and his wife often go on mission trips to Nepal and support a slum church there, raising funds and visiting them annually.
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