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Small Business Group
The Small Business Group (SBG) provides members who have their own business, or are thinking of starting one, with the opportunity to share their experiences, contacts and best practices. The group is primarily focused on small businesses that provide services or professional skills.
SBG meets usually in a member's home, and includes a speaker or discussion topic along with a light dinner. Past meetings have covered writing a business plan, website design, tax issues, home office issues, work/life balance and time management. The group meeting size ranges from 15-25 members. If space is available, guests are welcome to attend one SBG meeting before joining PrimeTime.
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|Sher-li Torrey is the founder & director of Mums@Work (Singapore). Formerly heading the postgraduate team at the Office of Career Services at SMU. Sher-li has held various roles in various industries.
Her first role with the government body, IE Singapore provided her with various opportunities to work with government leaders around the world. In her role, she facilitated trading opportunities in South-East Asia and China, working with MNCs and SMEs to source and develop new trading prospects.
This was followed by a stint in the Marketing world where she worked for clients such as Levi’s, Mastercard, UPS, Caltex, L’Oreal, Asia Pacific Breweries and Johnson’s & Johnsons. In that capacity, she partnered these companies in building their brand and in developing their marketing strategies across Asia.
Whilst working, Sher-li also set up a small business – a language training institute for relocated assignees of corporations in Asia from 2005 - 2007 before closing it down when one of her business partners moved overseas.
In 2010, following the birth of her daughter, Sher-li started Mums@Work (Singapore) – a social enterprise that strives to help women find the perfect balance between being a mum and working. Its main mission is to be a point of information source for mothers who want to work flexi-time or run their own Mumpreneur business so as to have sufficient time for family as well. Mums@Work also partnered employers in the implementation of Flexible Work Arrangements in their organization, holding various workshops and private events for MNCs and SMEs.
Sher-li currently sits on the REACH (Singapore government) Supervisory Panel and is an Alumna of the Business School of the National University of Singapore. She is married with a toddler daughter and a baby son who inspire her to be better every day.