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A celebration of top Singapore SMEs

VIPs and E50 winners gathering on stage at the end of the awards presentation.

Guest-of-honour Lim Swee Say, Minister in the Prime Minister's Office, presenting the trophy to Tan Wee Beng, director of Wee Tiong which won the special 10-year Award. Also on stage are Tham Sai Choy, chairman, Asia Pacific & managing partner, Singapore, KPMG; Alvin Tay, editor of The Business Times; and Linus Goh, head, Global Commercial Banking, OCBC.

Girls just wanna have fun. These ladies from Feng Ming Construction show they can whistle as well as the guys.

Tommie Goh, chairman of 2G Capital, a past E50 winner.

Willie Cheng, chairman of the Singapore Institute of Directors, who co-founded Enterprise 50 20 years ago with Patrick Daniel, editor-in-chief, English & Malay Newspapers Division of SPH.

Bernard Yeung, dean & Stephen Riady distinguished professor, National University of Singapore, greeting Patrick Daniel, editor-in-chief of the English & Malay Newspapers Division of SPH.

Guest-of-honour, minister Lim Swee Say with three generations of the Aggarwala family from Supreme Components International, a franchised distributor of high-tech electronic and LED components.

James Wong, managing director of OE Manufacturing, which took fourth place in the E50 awards.

Ong Jun Quan (left), executive director of Soon Li Heng Civil Engineering and Brandon Lim, associate director, Enterprise Markets, KPMG.

Talk about blowing his horn for the winners.

The beat of Japanese Taiko drums opening the gala event.

Susan Chong, CEO of Greenpac receiving a signed copy of the E50 book from guest-ofhonour Lim Swee Say.

Representing the top three winners are (from left) Christopher Yeo, managing director of Borden Company; Connie Wu, executive director of Sunray Woodcraft Construction; and Teo Yeow Soon, managing director of Vigcon Construction.

A word from the sponsor: Linus Goh, head, Global Commercial Banking, OCBC Bank, making his speech.

Tham Sai Choy and Philip Ang, director of AvantChem, with his E50 trophy.

Patrick Soh, managing director of Aly Energy Singapore, one of the companies in the E50 2014 list.

Enthusiastic members of the audience having fun cheering on the SME winners with their clappers and whistles.

Roshan Mani, director of Fortuna Scientific, one of the winning firms.

It's a shower of streamers, confetti and good wishes released from party poppers by this group of dinner guests.

Helene Raudaschl, managing director of Indoguna Singapore, and Gregor Gregersen, CEO and founder of Silver Bullion which was named one of Singapore's top 50 SMEs.

Andy Lim, president of E50 Association and Victor Tay, chief operating officer of the Singapore Business Federation.

Robson Lee, a partner with law firm Shook Lin & Bok having a roaring good time.

Roland Ng, managing director of Tat Hong Holdings, a past E50 winner.

KPMG's jazz band entertaining the dinner guests with numbers such as Something I Need by One Republic, Make You Feel My Love by Adele and All About That Bass by Meghan Trainor.

Yohei Ueno, director of Oriental Tanks, and actress Rosalind Pho.

IT WAS an evening of glitz and glamour at the Enterprise 50 (E50) Awards to honour private companies and their achievements. The black-tie event, which took place at the Resorts World Sentosa on Nov 27, was in its 20th edition this year.

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