Max Loh, managing partner of EY Asean and Singapore, explains how the firm, like successful entrepreneurs, is constantly innovating and transforming

SINGAPORE (Oct 29): Past winners of the long-running EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Singapore awards tend to come from long-established industries such as engineering and manufacturing. The winners in this year’s five categories are entrepreneurs who have built their businesses in emerging technology-centric industries such as analytics intelligence, and media and lifestyle.

While traditional industries such as engineering and construction still figure, Max Loh, managing partner of EY Asean and Singapore, says the presence of category winners from nascent industries is a trend that will continue. “As the economy transforms, new businesses will emerge and come to the fore,” says Loh in an interview with The Edge Singapore.

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