Desaigon Consulting and Librarius LTD
Librarius LTD will establish and operate a bookkeeping practical training program with leading regional LCCI and ACCA training provider, AEC Bilingual Education. Doris Yap, Director of Desaigon Consulting International and Philip Yu, Senior Director of AEC Bilingual has formally acknowledge the partnership with a ceremonial signing on 7 Oct 2011 in AEC Bilingual Education Center.
“Know Your Finance” Seminar
On 29th Nov 2011, Desaigon Consulting International organised an inaugural “Know Your Finance” Seminar.
Starting a business can be an easy and hassle-free process. This Seminar has provided much useful information to help business owners get started on their entrepreneurial journey. It also highlights key considerations for businesses starting out in the first three years.
Key speakers from IRAS, CPF Board, PIAS, Venture Platform and Desaigon Consulting International tailored their presentations to include the latest regulatory guidelines, and enhanced with new sections on staff management, using technology to market and improve productivity, as well as leveraging the social media platforms to publicize the business.
The Seminar also draws together information on the various government schemes available to help direct the aspiring entrepreneurs as well as existing business owners in growing their business.
QuickBooks ProAdvisor and Client Appreciation Event
The key members of GAAP International were specially invited by Intuit Singapore to attend an exclusive reception held at Ion Sky on 8th Nov 2011. The event hosted around 50 guests comprising of existing QuickBooks Online (QBO) customers and business partners of Intuit Singapore. Intuit’s inspirational leader and CEO, Mr Brad Smith was present to give the opening address and to interact with the guests.
The event provided a great opportunity for us to speak with the members of the Intuit team and experience the new features of QBO. Along with the other guests present, we participated in a series of mini games. The “Wish List” Game was exceptionally interesting. In that game, we were given the chance to select new features that we would like to have in QBO by filling in dollar bills of different amounts and placing them into respective boxes of each feature.