Building Profitable F&B Business with Good Values

Building Profitable F&B Business with Good Values

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Learn from Benny Se Teo as he shares his struggles, failures and how his values kept him going.

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BUILDING PROFITABLE F&B BUSINESS WITH GOOD VALUES

Covid 19 has taken a hug e toll on the F & B industry. Learn from Benny Se Teo, former co-founder of Eighteen chefs, chain of 24 restaurants as he shares his struggles, failures and how his values kept him going.

SPEAKER: MR BENNY SE TEO

Benny Se Teo is well known in Singapore and wears many labels—ex-drug-addict, ex-convict, chef, restaurateur and social entrepreneur—and proves that it is never too late to begin life afresh. He is the first Singaporean to be trained at Jamie Oliver’s restaurant, Fifteen.

Now well-known as Chef Benny, he was the co-founder and Chief Creative Officer at Eighteen Chefs, where he was committed to hiring ex-offenders and youths-at-risk. Currently, 30% of Eighteen Chefs’ staff are ex-offenders. Under Benny’s notable leadership, Eighteen Chefs was awarded the Best Western Chain Restaurant and Best of the Best Chain Restaurant in 2015 by RAS-Epicurean Award. He is an inspiration to former convicts and budding entrepreneurs alike.

The self-taught chef extraordinaire has become a household name in Singapore following eminent associations as Social Innovation Park Fellow (2010), Channel News Asia’s Asian of the Year (2011), President’s Challenge’s Social Enterprise of the Year (2012) and SME One Asia Notable Award of the Year (2015).

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