Mr. Leslie Loh is an entrepreneur, angel investor and educator. He graduated from Saint Mary’s University, Canada, in 1982 with a bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Finance and Information Technology.
At the age of 23, Leslie founded System Access Pte Ltd. As chairman and CEO, Leslie grew the company from a one-man outfit to a global banking software organization with 10 offices and 500 staff across Europe, Middle East and Asia. System Access was publicly listed in the Singapore Stock Exchange in 2005 and was subsequently acquired in 2006 by a leading US Based global financial services software provider.
Leslie was the winner of the 1998 ASME Rotary Entrepreneur of the Year in Singapore. In 1999, Leslie received the National Youth Award (Individual) for his success as an entrepreneur. In 2006, Leslie was awarded the “Person of The Year” IT Leader Award by the Singapore Computer Society.
Mr Loh was appointed to IDA (Infocomm Development Authority) Singapore Board from 1999 to 2003 and SPRING (SME Development Authority) Singapore Board from 2011 to 2013 respectively. Leslie frequently contributes time to support the development of tech community in Singapore and the region. Leslie is also a member of several national development committees involved in charting the economic strategies, manpower development, and entrepreneurship development of Singapore.
eduCLaaS’ founder and CEO, Leslie Loh, had this to say about the partnership, “Modern employers require plug-and-play graduates who can be productive from the first day of the job. Our 1+3 work-study degrees deliver seamless job induction before graduation: with 1 year of intensive skills acquisition Bootcamp and 3 years of on-the-job training at the workplace. Our learners are Glocal (Global yet Local) digital talents as they engage in borderless learning and working, alongside international learners and employers, supported by over 100 regional campuses from across Asia. We welcome LCBS Dhaka in joining our Pan-Asia eduCLaaS platform to incubate Glocal (Global yet Local) digital talents ready for growth in the post-Covid digital economy.”